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 . <-     '  -     s'- ' -V-     _v*-*. * 'f**;s. S'-f-^f*5_5^  _r- -    '-, ,        -���-    -    ' ' ���>  - f  ��'  �����������'*.  f * >   r _*      ,    .A.  f^  ESTABLISHED  1892  r ��� *-_M|  (, .V " j 1 .1  .   -i.  ,���*-.__ I  ���j.. *r ^��  IT RESPONSIBLE  SATURDAY MORNING,  OCTOBER'19,   1901  BULGARIA CLAIMS TO BE  GUILTLESS.  ��� *- -  [; DISGUISED AS TUBKS,/MACEDON-  TANS   DID   THE   KIDNAPING.  tf  VIENNA, .October   18.���According   to  the Politische Corresponded M. Sara-  tbff, Bulgarian minister of the interior  and interim minister of foreign affans,  ^ addressed a note to Mr.Dickinson, United  * States consul-general in Constantinople'  a few days.ago,.in   which   after  coin-  iplaining   that 'the   consul-general   had  expressed dissatisfaction with the measures   the   Bulganan   government   had  taken   against   the   kidnapers   of   Miss  S+one;   he   strongly   protested   against  ^his government being'held responsible  for a crime committed on Turkish ter-  ntory, and   declared' that  in   older   to  /guard itself against a" serious and undented, accusation .the Bulgarian, government has resolved should the robber band   try  to   cross   the   Bulgarian  'frontier or succeed in stealing into Bulgaria to have it mercilessly pursued and  annihilated by Bulgarian troops.    "We  i will   not  enter   into * any  negotiations  point of a revolver bound and gagged  the whole family. Tague was searched  and his gold watch and a considerable  sum of money was taken. The robbeis  then demanded the keys toN his store  but he refused to reveal where they  were. His shoes were-removed and his  feet roasted with matches1 and hot irons'  until he gave up the keys. sThe robbers  then entered the store and thoroughly  looted it. Taking Tague's horse and  buggy the gang loaded in'it a quantity  of goods and the contents of the safe  and made off. Later Tague freed him-'  self and gave   an*^ alarm.    The   sheriff  with a posse and bloodhounds is.in dut-    ����_} fi     ' ��   ?��m r/c?Ived \rom the? mill  suit and this evening found tL J^A-^d_. tlier.e-.? therefore a substantial de-  sue of the British Columbia Review, a  mining paper published in London, an  attempt is made to shed a little light on  the position -of the Athabasca affairs.  The editor-professes to have made careful inquiries and from them proceeds to  'say .thatl the expense of working the  mine has been veiy heavy, owing to the  faulty nature of the vein, and that having exhausted all the ore' inT sight ,ttfi_  mill.of necessity had to close down i��r  obtain supplies of ore from another  source., The expense, of operating the  mine is .staled as consideiably lu advance of the gold received from tht. inill  FMALBIEXIT  / / .j-.  WILL HAVE A BENEFICIAL  M    RESULT.      7  '   _�� .'-. '       '. /.-   . '    * ' ���"  doned buggy.  evening found the aban  Methodists in Convention.  ST.  MARY'S,  Ontario,  October 18.���  The general board of missions of the  Methodist church  of Canada has concluded its annual session here. The financial report for the year ending June  30th shows receipts of $270,322 and disbursements  of  $282,103.  Estimated  ex-"  Wd!'��res for <v the present year totals  ?_72,55d, included in which is $5360 for  Chinese and Japanese mission, work-in  British   Columbia    Rev.   Dr.   Cameron  was   chosen   chairman  of   the,general  board for'the ensuing year,��with Rev.  Dr   A.   Sutherland,   general   secretary,  and Rev. Dr. James Henderson assistant secietary. Appropriations this year  will "-permit of missionaries receiving 78  per cent-of salaries,'mst. ad of 76 per'  cent? the amount recen-ed-last year.   7  ASSIZE  COURT  ADJOURNS-  whatever for paying the ransom," said  M. Saratoft, "as .wo do not want precedents established  for the  many  robbeis infesting tke'rieighborhood to turn  to Bujgana when, this seems to their  advantage.   We are-'firmly  detei mined  to make an 'example which, will deter  _*o_._-<ers  from   repeating  such   speculations.   It will then be no longer possible to accuse Bulgaria of harbonng se7  cret committees which organize* bands  for kidnaping foreigners to Turkey and  removing them to, Bulgaria,' there peacefully to enjoy the*ransom they extort."  LONDON.   October   19 ���Commenting  .upon the statement   of  the   Politische  .Correspond.enz regarding ,the letter 'from'  ,M   Saratoff,-thee Bulgarian minister,.'to  Mr. Dickinson, the,Vienna correspondent'  ��� of the Standaid says: ? It'may1 t>e" retarded as convincing  proqf   that, Bul-!  /gana is shielding "the"1 Macedonian com-,  mittee and that the Sofia correspondent'  of   the .Politische. Correspondenz^the  Penster' Lloyd and?.other  papers '_were  ��� correct when declaring that ''Macedonians disguised as Turks had kidnaped  Miss Stone and that a regular game is  being played by the Bulgarian tioops on  <one side and the'Turkish troops on the  ��� other of the frontier, each- side trying  to smuggle prisoners over the border  in oider that the ransom paid by sentimental Ameiica'ns mas. "������- recovered, as  ���the Bulgarians wish, from Turkey and  as the lurks wish trom Bulgaria, an,]  that some prisoners but for this farce  ���could be produced at any moment.* The  right couise now is not to pay the ran-  'som, but to hold Bulgaria responsible  lor eveiy hair of Miss Stone's head.  Those whoiknow the facts see no reason  to anticipate any danger to her' life.  .Four thousand* Bulgarian and Turkish  ,troops_have_been_occupied in_.the_efi.ort  t. obtain Miss Stone's release, says a  di.'patch from Sofia to the Morning  Leader. It is believed here that her release would have been effected, but for  'Mr. Dickinson's refusal to offer her captors more than an ordinary lansom. Mi  Dickinson's extraoidmary action is regarded as suicidal. A large sum must  be paid to the brigands, as otherwise  Miss Stone's life will be sacrificed. If  Mr. Dickinson desires vengenance on  the brigands the women must be ransomed first.  LONDON, October 19.���An extraordinary version of the Stone abduction  case comes today from Constantinople.  s>ays a dispatch from Vienna to the  Daily Telegraph. It is declared in official circles that Miss Stone sympathizes  witli -the Macedonian committee -and  herself agreed to the kidnaping so that  the lansom would be paid to the committee. Comment upou*: tins story is  iuite superfluous. ���';        '������'.' ,  yJNEW Y.ORKi October 18.-r-The repres-.,  ntative at Samakov of the Journal and  Advertiser cables,,that .paper as .follows:  t is learned that Madame Bakhmtiew, ���  rife of .the Russian'diplomatic agent at  ofia, formerly Miss Beal of ^Washington,  as begun." energetic .work on behalf of  I5_i_ss Stone and the strong attitude taken  ?y. the German, diplomatic,, ageht.y be>-  ause of the murd,er of a'german trav-  ler, may hasten the authorities to bring  bout ;Mis3 Stone's release.'y.The Bui-'  arian authorities, :areworking_,hard to  Irevent the''ranspm frof'being-' paid ,,'bri:  nlgarian'"'���' soil, hence - Dr.Z: Haskell1: is.'  keiy to get another -letter requesting'  iyment .of the ransom on Turkish ter-  toryv:':.,';.'������','?���::������,.. Z-i-Z^x-y-Zy^r^'*.; ;';.-;������'  s LONDON,' October 18.���The Globe.'-this'  lenihg says it fears that the safety 'of'',  iss Ellen��� M. Stone-is seriously com--  omised by the attitude of consul gen-  _1. Dickinson; in refusing to pay the-  nspm and in demanding that Bulgaria  rest the? leaders ,of ythe, Macedonian  mmittee as the-real authors; of the  .ssiohary _s abduction. ,The paper says  e. situation contains all the factors of  igrave international complication and  *reatens to assume importance far be-  |nd the personality of any individual  ssionary ��� *' ..    * ,   .  ��� Toitured Till He Gav.5 Up Keys.  JJS7EW LEXINGTON, Ohio, October 18.  15-ix: masked men ientered the residence  Charles Tague,* a merchant at Mo-"  Cases Disposed of Yesterday. ]  -  Ono  of  the<_most   interesting" legal  points which has cropped up .n connection with the Mineral1-Act-was'passed  upon by Mr. Justice Irving at the assize" court-yesterday." It was" the very  vexed question as to'the interpretation"  of the Mineral Act with respect to lapsed  licenses of fiee miners, the reversion ofi  the   interest   covered   by  such   lapsed  claims jointly owned, and the power of  the I sheriff  or  anyone   else   to  revive  title in a prorerty by taking out a special fiee miner's certificate,without the  consent of the tree miner'whose--,certificate had lapsed.'       ' ' "  The action in which the point came  up' was .that  of ���N.   P. ���- McNaught- vs *  Harvey Van Norman, Balfour & Company and F/R.ViStewart.^ The-circumstances were:' J. 'A. McKinnon of Sil-~  verton was indebted to the defendant,  in the'above action. Judgment.was secured   against   him,   under   which   the  sheriff on^the ,29th  day, of March  last  seized the  quarter inteiest of McKinnon in the Hampton, Camp Fire, and  Plunger claims, known as the Hampton  group, and located on Springer-,creek,  about   eight  miles   from   Slocan   Citv  The free mirer's ceitihacte held by McKinnon  was-allowed  to lapse on  the  Cist day of the following May, sand .as  the group was co-owned property, the  inference was that the interest of McKinnon in the group therefore went to  his  co-owner,  McNauglit   However,  to  Fi elect  the  interest  of  the  judgment  creditors the sheriff on June 5th, > took  out  a  spec.al   free   miner's   certificate  in the name of McKinnon, but without  his consent. McNaught claimed the McKinnon interest and on the date advertised for the sale of-the McKinnon interest under the judgment there was a  clashing of interests between the'sheriff as, represeUing the judgment credi-  -tors-and-McNaught���The-matter-found  its way into tho courts and judge Form  directed that an issuo shou'd be tried  before  the   sum erne   court  as   to   the  manner in which the Irpsing of the McKinnon certificate afrccted the interest  'held by him in the property  It was in  this shape that the case c.me before  Mr. Justic.   Irving. There were several  attorneys engaged in tho case and their  aiguments  occupied  corsiderable  time,  upon the conclusion of which the court  gave  judgment  for   the  plaintiff,   McNaught,   holding   that  a   free   miner's  certificate^ wjs  personal  property  and  could not" be revived without the consent of the free miner in whose name  it bad been issued in the first instance.  As the Hampton group is said to be  cno of the host in the Slocan lake dis-  tiict, and the ruling of Mr. Justice Irving on the point the first that has been  rrade, it is said that an appeal will be  taken. It is doubtful, if any.-other point,  which   has   cropped- up -'in' connection  with ithe Mineral Act for the past two  years  lias  awakened the interest that  attached to, the issue - between ,the parties in McNaught ysVah; Norman, et al:  . The ,case of ��� Sa'ndilandn : vs.  Warner?  an action in which E? M.; Sandilands  .of Sandon w;as; suing.;.W,?;W..: Warner  and the-Coin-'Mir'iihg' Company for a  e/__ri_nission of��� S2500 ^upon';(the* sale: of  they'Coin ��� ccrnpairy's property, resulted;  ;i_ a verdict for the defendant,'arid the'  case being dismissed with' ccsfs.; ;��������� y;  The case roif���.Carmiehael ys; *Egan resulted' in *aii 'even break and the liti-*  .-antstare no further- ahead;than when'  they started their action. 'Jt-was' a* San-  ddnycfise.-in .which the 'plaintiffs^ were:  suing '-.for; damages for illegal, distress.  Mr.  Justice 'Ifvint.  gsye judgment. for  the-Plain tiff'for $95 without costs, and  he also allowed the defendant's counter  claim  to  the  amount   of  ��95  without  costs. All that* is now necessary is, for  the litieants  to   swap   judgments   and  they?will:?bo.:just whero they started: v'  The assizes were adjourned yesterday,  until Tuesday the 29th instant. Mr. Justice Irving, T^i.ll.leave for Greenwood to  take t.ho aesize in that citv? upon the  completion of which he will return to  Nelson Th ere * is but. on'?; criminal, case  on the docket for the Greenwood assize.  ficit and  the company is  in want of  j funds with which to prosecute development." Should   sufficient   money   be  forthcoming to liquidate the debts and  carry   on   extensive    development   the  question whether the ore" chute is more  regular at depth could be ascertained.  Against ..this   proposition  the  London  paper then sets the Venus de'al, which  everyone on this side was of the opinion had been closed'ccme time ago,-'but  from the ter or of.the article the deal  between the Venus?and Athabasca companies Tiad .Dot (then  been   completed  arid there appeared'to oe a disposition  -on the part of the Athabasca people to  cuarrel w.th0_.e:-' terms.; Further along  m the sam. article it is suggested that  in the event of the Athabasca and Venus companies^ i ot coming to terms the  Athabasca company has the'Exchequer  mine, from the ore bodies of which it  is suggested.that tti3 .Athabasca could  supply ore for its mill, from the proceeds of which the company could defray the cost of thoroughly exploring  the   Athabasca^ The   most  remarkable  .thing in conrtction with 'this part "of  the story is that tin local holders of  .Exchequer'Stdck do rot-appear to be of  the opinion' that the. Exchequer group  has   passed  under  the  control *>of  the  Athabasca- company,  and  its, is  hinted  that when it is turned over better terms  will.be expected  from" the-Athabasca"  than were ct first entertained.upon the  basis'Of'stock in the*AthaT-asc'a.rFrom  the above it  is  clear either that' the  sources of information of the London  mi ning h paper  are  not  very good,  or,  else there'is corsiderable "apprehension,  on the part of the local men who'Iwere  .interested in-the/deal with'respect to  the   Venus  and   Exchequer   properties!  in that the.'deal whioh it was thought'  p.adZ gone through? bas not been'"com-1  pleied,   while  the   deal   which   it^was3  thought .had' been dropped appears to  have'been completed.      * hi       '  _-_._      i ���"    ���^���^���^>* ~~* -1 .���  -A Marriage in High Life. it.  ��� LONDON, .October io:���The Candid  'Friend announces1 today ���'that,, thef duke  ot Norfolk is gomgsto mairy?lady{Alice  Fitzwilham, who recently became a  Catholic. Lady Alice Fitzwilham is the  eldest daughter of earl, ;Fitzwilliam.  She was born in 1849. The duke of ��� Norfolk was -boi n m 1847. He' married/ in  1877 lady Flora Pemberthy.' *"    .   V >  '    1 __������      I    Vi  .     '  I        ' . ���  l   3    r -      1     '  J,   <.,-    J T-  -     '-.J1 ���**. ,     '      j  "���,,  HATING   BEACHES POET UNDEBr  HEB OWN STEAM-PEOVIir- :  CIAL NEWS.        \'* I  ROSSLAND, .Octobe'r 18.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���Bernard McDonalds, retirement .from, She Le,Roi, as outlined  in iyesterday's  Tribune, was the'> chief  topic of conversation* in Rossland" today,  and .the - impression ^'here  is   that 'the  change in'the Le Roi management, both'  here and at Northport,   will   be' very  general, and that.an entirely newtstaff  will be appointed from the generai manager down. i^Mr. McDonald's newspaper  having remained silent today concerning  the statement credited-to Henry Bratnober confirms (the -impression originally  made that the change   in> question" is  likely. tof come much^ooner than was ex-  ' pected>' Bratnober's"'side partner, _Wat-  ,tenwiler, a Frisco man,'who is stopping  at^the Le   Roi   headquarters,   and   Mr.  Frecheville .yisite(\ the'Trairsmelter to-  -day.^but the latter declined to make any  statement for publication at the present  time, i- '**"      *,��-,. t��  lhe 'public imeeting to tdiscuss .the'  alien' labor-question' will probably be1  called, for next Monday/evening, some of  the promised .speakers not being able to*  get there before'that'date. ', , , t !  -. Gold*'com__issioner-'John* Kirkup re"  _turnedjfron_' a .lengthy eastern trip to-f  .day.  _/-�� |)(, y/   .  ,���,.��-,     .  ���    , -   .   >.   }  '   The strike situation has not,altered  during the week.  taken up with the police court testimony. Mrs. Jackson remarked, upon  hearing that she and her husband had  been remanded: "That suits us precisely^ The crowd present^ hissed the pair  heartily -as ,lhey rwere led out of the  c��ur*-'room.'A1 crowd of people outside  of the police court waited patiently  but in" vain for a chance of hooting tho  prisoners. The police are taking* special precautions, fearing that thp prisoners might be lynched if the" mob ever  got'hold of them. Theodore" and Laura  .Jackson will spend* the interval in' Sol-*  vp W-_  . .     ..,.Q;.'j>.,...., -,  . '! ifever te<farF&j$$i^ i  m. E. Boie, who^isjiintCTesl^flrlihe  new gold, district ��h._c.^_ms^en  brought- to the front^tlSough;_��eSd_s-  covery of Godfrey W^?^j$��$A:  json   yesterday.  He  is^iiiterested^iiv a  the Ore Hill, the, first locations made'by  Birtsch^ Boio .ays he 3never?j.r61reImiier,  lookinfe  rock  than ; tmpmmZ^e  ,from_the Ore Hill. In hZgtm 1 Seal? of It  ther,e is_ free gold showiiig^lriafsamples  taken, right across the^ledge^g^eiinubht  higher values than sbme^?df'the5-gbld  /Pioperties onfratin_r ln*.JtK-i.^/iVa.w_.'.,Fi-_  ^DArLYCEDITIOK  '/Si*  ^ \ j     *^_i  Bumored 81au��hter of Pre nch! Troops  PARIS, October 18.���Le' Drape^u, the  organ of Paul Deroulede, ,a bitter op-*1  ponent of Waldeck Rosseau^ says a' letter received from the Ivory coast, West*  Africa, mentions a report that general-  Incombs, tho  French   commander,   hak  lost ,70 (killed and 200* wounded^ in 'an'  engagement with  rebels, and   that  the**  goyernment has not replied to his request for reinforcements.   .This 'report  Ib used by Le Drapeau as the basis, of an  attack^ upon-ths'government.; There is*  nf��,-f,Kn^tl0n ��*tte_story,* which Js  of such dubious authority that no other  paper reproduces if     *, *���=?   n   .4 '.      /  _, ' ���**   - ,     \-*  i-s* ;rp��.J0  _ ��  BOTHA   DISSOLVES, ?HIS  ' FORCE AND FLEE&.  f ���*       ._    ���.���   v,uu^��a<,-i,.yi.-,a,i,xiUniDer.j>0r  open cuts which show?*thegledge!.to��be  eight feet wide:* Thef.claims-itare^pretly  high up, howe>er^anti^t_iCTeP''_sl-nbt  much Jikelihco(i; .of itheirsWiiipa tile?, o  4o..anything-ingttije..waytof -'emensiVe  prospecting this^'seasoni^sabw^liw .'already fallen onthe'hllllandsit^thd-ight  ��� that'the next th,at;^om-Sfwiil|lie.i_Mr  Boie reports��that. ;thb_^nterestetfSi n  the^ Yellowsone'4mineiSjtob^?a.--sample  right across the;fun!widt__;fiffitheSma_i -  ing of which ahy?bre?shpwingsvy&s_r:e  '   On the English Tnrf.^-  ,LONDON,   October^l8.���Lord ^Hare-  wood's Minstead���won the Middle Park.  Plate, the blue ritibon of the'two-year-  olds, at Newmarket today. ^Czardas was'  second and Port Plair.third." The Mid--  die Park plate is 5Q0 sovereigns, added  i to a sweepstakes-'of 30 sovereigns each  for   two-year-old   colts   to -, carry   122  pounds,    fillies ' 119    poumte. -"crown  Equerry (Clem Jenkins) wonfa mile selling stakes of five sovereigns^each ^with  100 sovereigns added.   ,     -   Tr       -'  ,   ^ "        ���        '   ' '     -v '__    .,  , J~ Steamer Binka in^Lake Jffichtean; '  1 DETROIT, October "lS.-A-. bulletin' to  the Tnbunef from' Muskagon, Michigan,'  says the passenger steamer^ S&te^of  Michigan sank in Lake" Michigan off  that port early today. .No lives were lost  FRENCH MINERS' DEMANDS  *.' r- ���    ���<��� i. �� *"  ��i\  -.��.<  <},_  *i-a_-.ir  ?_Fh  r J fif    tj>  '> ii-.HatinffrSteams Into Port.      -'  .��� Vancouver;", pctober is.���[Special  ;t0i T^e- tribune. ]���The, Canadian JPac'ific  "steamer"Hating, ,which.was .wrecked��off  Texada'island last Saturday,, arrived in  port this evening' under, her own steam.  She towed into port the steamer Trader  which had been sent north to assist her!  The Hating^ will .goMnto--d6-'_c1*'atvTjnce i *_���.i.._.��-.,*. .^--*. lyv-wr-w;*-,,������-.--.-...��- -,:,^,-----=,  either liere >r .Victoria.    The' vessel    ��S,^Sl^|^Mlll^i^:  j ��.The ^agoh^o^jbet*^en|lV^Son^  therii Granite-|miil| ymi, '^M^plef ed^last  might,tand teamsfc^liiowfia^^  direct, fromiiNelson^tSiitheimin^^bh. -      i-     ^ ���    -.   Sandy,   Eagle^andgiTwt^ninei?creeksJ - Z1 ,Z  ^T? S^^-to^toikeVon.No-:  TheJboys wHo?have^iio_--fe^i^.^^_f'l ^fml^r 1st !f?their request Is riot grant-  -,edv JThe-premier says<the*government-  cannot''pronounce a decision1 onl th'e" 8  hour'question until   the  parliamentary  barbecue at:Sa__d^cre^!i_^Sunc(ay';af  ternoon.   A   ;TTi ':���&_�����___'���.,���:. i.o_.-.-��.i.^. *~*:.i-^__'.__:  -May Strike on November 1st. '> j  " PARIS,-October 18.���The premier M(  Waldeck Rosseau, has replied', to? thV  'secretary of the��� miners' federation-'re-'  garding the' government's intention to-  wf^?? the demands'ofthe miners for.an!  8 hour day, a minimum'wage'land a.pen-j  sion"of 2(francs a day. after,*. 25 years'**  THINKS AUflrBIA^SHOOTiMlNTEB.  1; *PEBB TO ENDriHE "Bofe  v'     \-BEB;WAk"fc;>tff;  ^        h ___,    W'mMm*        *,        3l-0 hi \     .U  u'' -     - &*-���,   lzrY/1^% W.  r NEW YORK, ;October:i8.-FromrNe^-  castle, Natal,, a^correspondentl-bf4>.  Times sendsfa dispatch which Vays'th-t  a number of Boere  ^re  near  Ponola-  ^bosse and Slanapies; while a' command..  of 500 BoenTholds a position southed t  of Piet^ Relief.,   Commandant- general  Botha has' dissolved . his. forcC'which  numbered 2000, and has leftW man* to  escape as-besefthey 'fcan.S'Holhl^srelt  .with a um followers;\��3^one^n5rt]i  trough [a. small ungiaard^ place^neax  ,PIet Relief. "The maii ,__itS_w_rof tho  movement says therdispatc_vce.iters3.i ���  lit ^ST^J^S^^S^-P^  'y VIENNA, October 18-T^e u^der.haJ-8  today elected Dr. 'Kaiser,as .first"-vice-  nSOP^'-Pf* house- Vlnjretu'rai&g '  thanks <Dr. Kaiser seized .thei occasloli  to. Interpellate --the ^government', onfita  ^titude n regard to the Souttf African^  He insisted thaf-'Aus'tria^ought^inter-  end of the "robber war. now beingjwaged  by Great Britain."^That thc*'Sitfy  should be obligedsto;confof_nTtd;ffixS  encies of ^humanity <and -international  law.  ternbori. A.??H?:?Keily3h^t_iei^btibn comm'ttee has made its report, while,  ^imchai^e and!*it?isJ expect^^l^W^A: r^ltinS pensions, he 'recalls Hhat 'the  McLean-VillfbeMthe^rinfeipail&rltOT ^f'mbe!i of dePutles W1�� discuss, during  m_. .-. v.-.--..-..:-.,...?:-,,��,,.MV_��-*_,.��.praipr, the coming session, a general bill provid  PopeLIs|&:?PM^;^^.ii?w  Rome; {f6c^^gisSrh^|^^i^'  -Phrti^^ uc^",feD1,Sona T0. a!slst ber-    newspaper^ej^r^iliaiL^eWm^'&Wnr  The Hating^ will .goMnto'-d6dl(f*'atvTjnce    *_.^t^_.��*> yP^xy^^^^x.^Pfx}^^'^  oitv,-.,. .,_,.��_ ����� Tr.r.      r��Y., ___ _ .   e    fering froms?weaknGS!r.B:Ti**��i-i-.'_Mh'4_i_-.,J*u:i  being kept'clear, of water, by one pump,  which handles about*-seventy gallons of  water per minute. -.      '  Colombia Must Make Redress ^  KINGSTON, Jamaica, October 18.4rThe  governor, sir Augustus (Hemming/ has  received an official dispatch from" the  British government asking protection  for life^. and ^property and., demanding  compensation for lives and property de  stroyed by the Colombian forces.  !f*  WHY- HE DID,NOT APPEAR.  Mr. Buchanan Afraid of Smallpox  __G.-0._Buchanan-of-Kaslo has-written-  a letter to sheriff Tuck explaining his  reason for not answering the summons  to serve as a grand juror at the Nelson  'assize. It"may be stated that the reasons cited by Mr. Buchanan should satisfy the most exacting- In .fact it is  almost safe to say that the piesiding  judge and all who had any business to  do at the assize will be glad that Mr.  Buchanan did not answer the summdns,  as there appears to have been a very  strong probability that had he attended  he .Vould have brought along with him  somo active germs of smallpox. ��� .  Mr. Buchanan is at present' at Bonner's Ferry, where he is giving the disease germs a chance to snow themselves  if he ha3 any of them about him, and  the letter which he writes to the sheriff  is. of interest as illustrating, the neglect  'shown-; in some (localities with respect to  malignant diseases'such as smallpox. On.  Sunday last Mr. Buchanan says he*found.'  .out.that several persons -with whpm; he;  yhad been more or less in contact were  suspected. of having' smallpox.    At the  time*heydid-not wish.to raise an alarm  ���by reporting'the matter in Nelson until  the nature*: .'of? the eruption ori the suspects  had  been fully determined, ��� hor-  ��� did he feel safe in. traveling. ? By Wednesday;; however, the  local  health, authorities had made up their, minds that  threeyor four, ofthe: suspects had sm'all-  .pox,' bufs in the riiestuume" nearly the  whole population had been exposed. Mr.  Buchanan now. asks that the presence.of  the disease in.Bonner's Ferry be reported' to mayor   Fletcher   and   the,; local  health'-officer, ?so that   they' may ytak'e  - such precautions as they deern necessary.   He adds that he saw one qf the  patients .on his way to the isolation hospital and in his opinion the patient ^had  as. full blown; a; case as one could''wish;  to.see. He Is abarber by,.trade arid up  to..the time of his retirement baS been  shaving all who had the price so that it  is easy to understand the opportunities  that the: disease has had for spreading'  itself throughout the entire neighborhood. -   .*.'?���������'���' -..--.,������ ..-..-  Anarchist Mountain Cow Case  GREENWOOD,  Oct.,   18.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���A man named Murphy  has been 'committed for trial by R.i G.  Sidley,  J.  P.,  at Anarchist .Mountain,  mear   Camp   McKinney,   charged   with  killing a cow belonging to a man named  Gillespie, who is a lancher' in that lo-  caity. The offense charged is alleged to  'have taken place last year, but the information was only lately received by  Gillespie  that   Murphy Committed   it.  The latter stoutly denies the charge. It  Murphy's, gardenis  stated  (that  Gillespie's  cows  were  in  MurphVs  gaideri,  _and_were__driven_.out_hurriedly_.and_cut  by baibed wire;   but Gillespie charges  that one was stabbed by a sharp instrument. Bail was lefused, so Murphy was  brought to   Greenwood   in   custody   to  stand  trial  at next  week's  assizes  at  Greenwood. Murphy's neighbors raised  money by subscription to secure counsel  to defend lhim. 4 ���.  fainting spells:yhavevcalled?but.a*denial  from the vaticairiimisitibliriess'is^.ri^er-  iect 'health, giyesij*aiidierices: arid, pisses  the fine days^in^^^  ^os<^a^6L0[M^^:^te^dyZy  LONDON, 0(^l^l^;^?a_s^h.|_??  ceived here fTO^Riam^feays^thatySiiva^  tor Quintavalli,-: the' anarchist, who returned   from..the   United   States   with  Bresci, the assassin ,of king Humbert  has been committed, to .prison by the'  court at Porto Farrajo,' Island of Elba  on the charge -of being an accomplice of  Bi esci.  THE tARDO VALLEY MINES  Prospect of .an Initial Shiprp-n.t,-  Biff Guns for Signal Hill.  VICTORIA, October 18.���It is  stated  that the imperial^ government is about  to 'mount big guns at Signal Hill, Esquimau, which means thatjthe little village at the naval station wil have to be  evacuated by civilians, as the concussion  ?from the guns would make* the town uninhabitable.   The government appropriated the land some years ago and the  ���residents have been expecting notice to  quit   When completed this will be the  most formidable fort on the Pacific, being cut out of a solid .mountain', of granite, i'and the largest guns will be "mounted there.    A line of railway is being  built from the mines ;of '.'Mount Sicker  to. the east coast, of Vancouver. Island,  where the Heinze company? are'about to  : erect a smelter. ,?:    ??:yy.,"  .  ? Michael* Pete was arrested ''.'today for  kicking into? insensibility a woman  with whom, he, had been jliving?��� ��� The  \_oman may?die.**"Pete' is 'a laborer employed at the.Work Point barracks.  -.'   ; ?The ��� A*hab**sea-Venus T>pal. ?:���  There appears to be the sa.me uncer?  tairity -with respect to the status of  the? recent  Athabasca; dealsy iri  Lpi-  Trainmen Killed in Michigan.  BIRMINGHAM,. Michigan, October 18.  r"-Three train rrien were crushed to' deatli  in a head, ��� on colisibn today between  freight trains on the Detroit,' Grand  Haven and   Mil.-     "    "  ���������77,    Trial of the Jacksoris.  ? LONDON, ��� October    17.--No? sensa-  itional   developments   occurred :��� in   the  police court today, wrere the charges  against :Theodore .Jackson , and   Laura  Jackson (Ann Odel'ia Dis Debar) are being; heard, except the shrewdness displayed by' Mrs. Jackson, iri cross exam-  ing; the witnesses. She was very theatrical  and  became so  violent that she  .had  to   be. almost, removed  from   the  court.'This outbreak was caused by the  imputation of a witness���* regarding the  chastity of Mrs. Jackson.. The examination   of - the   inpther   of   Miss   Daisy  Adams    developed    the"   .presence    at  Brighton of'a sect or Christian spiritualists as remarkable in its way as the  Theocratic Unity. The officers wer entitled .king? Solomon,   empress' of  the  universe and king Bericha.. Miss Jackson used this sect to secure Mntrbduc-  tions to novices. A girl named Laura  Theocratic Unity. The officers were en-  James   Rutherford,   manager   of   tlie  Lardo Valley Mines, arrived in Nelson  yesterday  from" his company's pioper-  ties on Tenderfoot creek. Pie has a small  force of men at work and making good  piogres3   in   opening   up   two   of the  claims with the prospect of making an  initial   shipment   this   winter.   On  the  John L  claim he has a tunnel in for a  distance of 100 feet. Tliip is run in on a  12-foot ledge,   and   for   a   distance   of  some 60 odd feet he has an ore chute* of  thiee feet of ore, which averages ?24 in  gold values with silver values ranging  irom 0 to 11 ounces. Two other tunnels  havo b.en started in on the ledge, the  second 150 feet below the first and the  third  125  feet  below the second.  The  second Is now in 20 feet and the third  is in 15 feet. The indications in the upper tunnel is that it has about reached  the^end of tho first ore chute, and from  a  development  point vx   view  it,was  considered best to open tlie chute iu the  lower levels in   preference   to   driving  ahead for a second chute of good ore,  which is indicated on the surface. Mr  Rutherford is also proceeding with the  development of-the Maggie May claim  in the same neighborhood. The ledge on  this claim differs from that on the John  L., in that it carries an argentiferous  galena, whereas the values in the former ledge occur in iron. This ledge on  the Maggie May is also being, opened up  with a tunnel, which is now in 20 feet  The tunnel at present. ;is; in a comparatively barren* portion of,the lead, and it  is  estimated  that  it  will   have  to  be  driven for 150 feet-to get under a rich  showing of ore that has been encountered on the surface. The ledge has an  indicated width of 12 feet? and samples  taken from the showing for which the  tunnel, is   being   driven   have  assayed'  from $53 to $100 in gold.-silver and lead  values,1 the  gold  values   being  in  the  neighborhood of $ll. There is a parallel  ledge on the JohnL. from which some  remarkably, high gold assays have been  received, ranging in the vicinity of $74  to the ton, tut the ledge has not been  opened up to any extent. This ledge is  about 250 feet from that upon which the  work is being done. Work is to be continued on the John L. and Maggie May  claims all winter. The construction of  the Lardo branch-will make * transportation an  easy  matter  for the Lardo  Valley Company, as the point whore the  branch "crosses   T  ing for workmen's pensions. 'As to the  minimum wage, the i^uiier says this  was.a matter which   had   been "freely  argued between the workmen 'and the  employers*   The reply cannot be considered very  satisfactoiy  to   the  men,  whose    confederation    committee   will  meet Sunday -_andc resolxte*- whether '"to  strike or not.    The surreptitious distribution of arms among the miners of  the Montceau les mines has assumed a  graver aspect lately    It is asserted that  10,000 Gras rifles, from which the rifling  has  been  removed  in  order   to  avoid  their seizures as military weapons, are  now in the hands of the mineis - The  government has leallzed the seriousness  of the situation and announces^ on the  declaration of a strike all these rifles  will be immediately seized under the law  authorizing such a step in case of urgency.  BRIEF   CANADIAN    TELEQBAMS  ���     ��� -'  MONTREAL', October 18.���The council of the board of trade this morning  decided to rebuild the old structure  _which_was-burned-last-January.   vi 4p5fV �� K-jr-S: z-if"  \ South African" B^eer'c^Vs"4fr  - LONDON, October>^^e^rnslf^m  the refugee, camps Jn Souti^Africa-for  oKfiii SbnW f^31 ^'Population  or 109,418     Deaths amongithe whites  2411, of, which 1964,were chiWreir>The  colored .population tf shown to'le 318-  594, among whom there were 3014 deaths  _.,  during the month:  1 (.  , 0;��e_rnecCalls on Eoosevel.^? *"  ^ASH_J5TGTON-_J-*r''-* "?��-i-t?_��_"_:.  ���r_. "   .f. ���- "^    T^_  - 'Z-. rl  ., ,s   r rv%  'Geneial ^  v#2i'i  TORONTO; October 18.���A private telegram from Ithaca, New York, says  professor Goldwin Smith is suffering  from a bad cold and expects to be home  on Monday.   ,  MONTREAL October 18���The statement of the Molson bank for the year  ending September 30th, issued today,  shows a net profit of $353,890, or 14.15  per cent on a capital of $2,500,000  OTTAWA, October 18.���Fragments of  bank bills which had been swallowed by  a cow and which were found in the  stomach after the cow had been killed  were brought to the Bank of Ottawa  yesterday and valued at $135.  MONCTON, New Brunswick, October  18/���A train consisting of the king's  county cavalry to Halifax for a military  display on acoount of the duke and  duchess of Cornwall's visit to that city  tomorrow, was derailed at. Westchester  on the Intercolonial railway at an early  hour this morning. No. one was hurt.  NORTH SYDNEY, Ontario, October  18.���The Manchester liner Manchester  Skipper from Hamburg, bound for Mon-  teral with a cargo and 200 passengers,  is ashore at. Petres ledge, just at the entrance to North Sydney ��� harbor. The  weather is calm and those on board are  considered in no danger at present. The  steamer struck late last night in a dense  fOg.,-. ���������'.'   '; , ,*   ;   *.  Venezuela Out of Luck.  WILLEMSTADT, Island of Curacoa,  October 18.���A fishing schooner which  arrived here today from Aruba island,  ��� northwest of Curacoa, brings a story  that the Arenada, a Venezuela schooner,  bound from Laguayra for Maracaibo  bringing a sum of money from the gov--  ernment destined to pay the troops on  the frontier, the amount being variously  estimated at from $25,000 to $100,000, encountered heavy weather -, last Sunday  night off Aruba island and foundered  in deep water, the entire sum being lost.  The crew reached tbe island in a boat  The money is supposed to have been part  of some raised in Caracas a fortnight  ago from the Bank of Venezuela by  president Castro. If it is totally lost the  government has sustained a very serious  loss. The sinking of the steamer was  attended with certain suspicious circumstances. The weather Sunday night was  calm and the captain of the Arerida resides on Aruba island.   There are other  York,;; special*". represented V^the^ l^M  HOP!        Hr_-��17_3_'__TVl_!_'ri*-        -i-n        .LI.*-        . . .*   >-f    JVvS  ?nfif,!Sr5ment_in *hIs c^ntry/was.v.'K!  one  of ,the   president's' callers   today ^  but, did  not, speak - to  him  about the-  {Boer  situation   He-will,  however   go  rover the situation informally with'the  secretary  ot  state, ���hoping  that some  steps may be taken on the pait of the  >  United States to bring about a settlement of the war in South Africa. General O'Beime says his latest advices m-'  dicates that the Boers may be able to  secuie Delagoa bpy and make it a base  of operations.    4 .  Attacked by Filipiao Boleros.  .  MANILA, October' 18.���Five hundred  boleros attacked a detachinent of forty-  six-men-of^he~Nin__ninfantry at Ban- ' \  gajona, on the Candara river, island of >  Samar, today, killing ten and wounding  six.   The remainder of the company arrived on the scene in time to prevent  further slaughter and routed the enemy  killing over a hundred of them.   It is  believed that the enemy only retiied for  reinforcements.    As soon as the news  was received at Calogan two gunboats  were dispatched, general Smith going in  person to the scene.  im  - Miners Get Little Satisfaction.  - PARIS, October 18.���The reply of  premier Waldeck Rousseau to the secretary of the miners* federation regarding the government's intentions towards their demends is not considered  very satisfactory to the men, whose  committee will meet Tuesday and resolve whether toystrike or not on November 1st. Ten thousand Gras rifles '  from which their rifling has been removed in order to avoid their seizure  as military weapons are now in the  hands of the miners. The government'  will seize these weapons immediately in  the event of a strike.  Was Only a President.  VIENNA, October 18.���The Arbeiter  Zeitung today makes the remarkable  statement that count ��� Goluchowski, tho  imperial minister of foreign aiTairs, is  responsible for the president of the  chamber of deputies not referring to the  death of president -McKinley on the reassembling of parliament, the contention being that although it is customary  to refer to the deaths of foreign sovereigns, president McKinley, being only  an elected president; was not entitled to  such distinction.  New Ameer Makes Appointments.  LONDON, October 18.���The Simla correspondent of the Times confirms the  previous announcement that after taking the oath as ameer at a great durban  in Cabul, October 9th, Habib Ullah announced the appointment of his brother  Nasr Ullah, to all the offices which ha  (the ameer) held under the late ameer  Mohammed Unar, and to the head of the  {revenue department,,and Amln,Ullah to  the. head of the department of justice.  Ex-Oovernor?Piilshury Dead.  CLEVELAND. October 18.���A sr  < v>*W_.M  -. ��* -?is_|  .     -*,VJ=_f  Z<?M\  -��*t<fei  yA&*  Jv  - ,  -,   ���_.._* L  *   :"Tv<3_.  .���W.W  i. -<&. _  ���0rt  ���^-fj1  'fel  i_.' .-I  'H 3_K  **-__"iy"  THE OTLSOff TEIBTOE, MTTODAY MOmtfG, OCTOBER 10, 1901  rast  vMiilM��*_itti^it-^ws_-ft*yp-_^i**_i-rt_t__^  ��P "  to  to  to  !-  !   .  Of.  'ft  to  to  to  to  to  to,  m  iNCOia'Oi.'AibD 1G70  C ODVC_E>^__3ST"Y"  DRY GOODS-  The best that art can produce and money can  purchase, is now ready for your inspection.  NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS���  Stylish Goods in every shade and make for evening wear. Sequin Robes. Dreams in Embroideries. Facts in good values. From the cradle to  the grave, we have everthing you can require.  PRICES   RIGHT  TIE fiUBSOI^S BAY COMPANY  BAKES STBEET, NELSON,' B. 0.  :'    ���" ���- '  >.**  toto  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  I*-_-  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  M  WALL  PAPER  Don't be too hasty  in choosing your  .\all paper. Be  satisfied, you 11 see  it ior a long time- atter it is on the wall  Rich effects in wall coverings are nol  necessarily costly. Beautiful designs  aie the rule, not the exception, in our  -.lock." Jr.st now is profit sharing time  in, our wall paper department. The  beautiful fall hangings which have  been so much admired must make way  quickly for the new pui chases. Some  sharp price cuttirg has been done on  tome of th.se.  ____. ____> ______*J2_> *___��_____. ���____>____. *__&'__S_. _____ ____>*____.  THOMSON STATIONERY. CO. Ltd  -      3-'   .  NKLSON. B. C.  %efce$e^���*���� tf> *��*-����!��-*-��.#?  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  ~\v\~i\ te^vzSi7~&~coZ7ZZcoSSer of  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  ���wholesale dealers In assayer's supplies.  Agents for Denver Fire Clay, Company,  l.pTiver, Colorado. ' ������   i  l-Si?*.  \t$y ,  ���*;���&'~iy  <?/> '-.  "COMMISSION MERCHANTS.. '  "^rjTEVANS &^a^SA_____Tl_TJ__i_--Ti  Nelson, wholesale dealers ln liquors,  cigars, cement, lire brick- and flre clay,  water pipe and steel rails, and general  cornmls&lon merchants. >���>    '  ' ___l-'-EC-TfiICAI' S}1^}'}��?''..  " KO^_KNAyr~^it_-3CTBIC SUPPLY &  Conbtructlon Company���Wholesale dealers  in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries, electric fixtures and appliances. Houston Block, Nelson. < \  pw _  P'RESH AND SALT MEATS.  PLASTERERS' UNION MEETS EVEjRjT  Monday evening ip the Elliot Block,' at' 8  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; William  "Vice, secretary. P. O. Box 1_L *  CARPENTERS'  UNION MEETS <WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  in   Miners'   Union   Hall.   C.   J.   Clayton, j  president; Alex. B. Murray, secretary.   >  PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays In each month at Min-.  ers' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. Walter R.  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  LAUNDRY ��� WORKERS' ��� UNION.���  Meets at Miners'-Union Hall on fourth  Monday in every month at '7:30 o'clock p.  m. B. Pape, president; A ,W. McFee, sec-  rotar5r- "        .     -.,-..     ' i  ��� P.   BURNS   ii   CO-BAKER' STREET,'  ���"* . Nelson,   whole_a__   dealers*-* In   fret>l_ ** and  -'>    cured meats. Cold storage. ,'���.'>.'-''"'  ���'yy.0' "groceries: ,y'z'    ' "_' \  ? .'TkOOTENAY- SUPP__^COMP__NTTl_-Mi'  ���*���*    . ited.���Vernon.  street; * Nelson, >   wholesale1  .b     giocers. , _   '     Z *"'<?"_   i* t".  0K  *&_??. *_ V  izhr-  ?>v  ;'JOHN ���-CHOI.D1TCH    &._'CO.���FRONT,  fa-tree t, Nelson, .wholegale^grocers.'  *"_���;,  t$��*��j','   A..MACDONALD. &  CO.-(-0_xJNJ_R  OF  ��_ y^-i '���--Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale.  ��_, b."   *   . grocers  and jobbers in- blankets,~vgloves, *  -tn*-  i "��r  'mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and^mln-i  ZZ^fy .     ? <_ ers".sundries.  *��� t^.  ~ J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET,  Nelson,' wholesale dealers ln provisions,  cured meats, butter and eges. r  '  . it.  %7'^  iiHW^��7  '���i-_.-"at i '���  - *��� t  -T  ,/-!;    LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  "7TURNERr~BEETo5T^~CC^Cc5_N.^  J Vernon   and   Josephine   streets,   Nelson,  s; wholesale dealers In liquors, cigars and dry  goods Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  " of Milwaukee and'Calgary Brewing Com-  , ' pany; of Calgary.      >'--*���  CLASSIFIED? ADS.  ARTICLES-FOR SALE.   _ ;  SEWING MACHINES OF.AL.__ KINDS  for sale or re tt at the Old Curiosity Shop.l'  _J Lj__J!95L555?!^_yJ���^__L!  SIX  ROOM   COTXAGE^AT   BALFOUR*  to let by the month or for,the season. Im->  mediate  possession.' Good-^flshing. , Apply}  C.  W.  Busk,  Kokanee ~i creek.'Phone 66a.,  .Or to R. H. Williams, Baker street. Nelson.)  FOR RBVT-PALACE SALOON, SANDON.;  Forparticulars apply Mrs.'A, Kagan, handori, B.C.i  TO -��� LET ��� THREE' ROOMS ON, CEDAR j  streot; large living room/ bedroom and kitchen}  with ainlr; also use of bath/' Apply to J. Cox-i  head, Cedar street. (j ���* < J",   i,"'     i'i' ' 'j-' i  wrong. The other is often wrong, and  knows it; hut has not the independence  to be right. The Times does not like  The Tribune because, the latter has said  that the V. V. & E. subsidy scheme is  being boosted by a job-lot of political  hacks, mostly of the Liberal persuasion,  for the money that is in :it for them.  The Colonist has no ���use for Tre Tribune because it has repeatedly stated  that premier Dunsmuir has. surrounded  himself with a lot of incompetent ministers.  These two papers would make  it appear that The Tribune'is maliciously assailing the bench' of the province,  and both rush to its defence. An upright  bench is not in'need,of newspaper champions, and there is no more reason why  , judges should not be open to independent criticism  than  other .public offi-  'cials. Both the Times and Colonist have  ,criticized public men,. not -always fair-  vly. Some of these men have been.driven  from office because of.the. criticism of  .these two newspapers.' -_et these officials  were in every respect as honorable as  some of the men who are on'the bench  in British Columbia today. There-is a  _ . -     .      V    .    i .    Il I  good deal of poppycock written about  th'e traditions of the judiciary. Here in  British  Columbia men have ..been ele-!  '&&%0*'00f'00%00'00'00'?%^',.0*'^&'000'^\00^&''  m "y  a m  0"'2t_[i0!!L'42L_'��!_'iSL'0**'0m'  &"___*''<&'��!.'��*_'��*'&>��*'&��..  ^ sssr-gap. sp.^  <1\  ADIBS' JACKETS,  COSTUMES,  PURS AND UNDEBWEAR  AT  ESPECIALLY   *'  LOW PRICED  MENS' LAMBS' WQOL  SHIRTS ; AND V DRAWERS,  PI^ECE LINED UNDER-  WEAB, WOOL AND CASHMERE SOCKS, FLANNELETTE NIGHT   SHIRTS  ��� AND PAJAMAS AT  VERY LOW   PRICES  BARGAINS1 IN  GREY AND WHITE  BLANKETS,  WOOL   COM-    /j  FORTERS AND* EIDERDOWN QUILTS.' '  /.  fa-  : ^BUSimSS^ DIEE0T0RY;  wi,  ���ARCHITECTS;?  7A C. EWART.���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block.,Baker Street, Nelson.  ''*.',' ' ���   y   CHOI, HOUSE.'   ,    .,  -PIONEER CHOP HOUSE. JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite. Queen's Hotel,  Baker street, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty.- Plenic and traveling  parties supplied on shortest notice.   *' *  -^-*_ '.:_ '.:?_^AY^<3JE��,ft   '-'-'-.  FURNITURE,   PIANOS,   SAFES,   ETC.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates.  Apply J. T.'Wilson,'Phone 270, Prosser's sec-  - oijd Hand store. Ward street. <  - '     FTJENITURB3. ' '  JPR;SAIJB.  ' FOR IMMEDIATE SALK-GROCKUY BUs)-  inyss; good location; low rent; owner going out  of business. For full particulars addressj(J. K.,  Grand Forkn.'B. C. ' ���y_ ,���; *   ,.  y ;        ?.HB]L'F .y^N.���1?.......'.,..:  "WANTED ��� EDGERMAN, -BROOM-MAN  chambermaid, laundress, .girls ,for housework,  railroad men for'Lardo. Nelson Employment  Agency.   Phone 278.      - ,    -        *    ,  i   SITUATIONS WANTED. :  'silTU-i-riOIVWAOT  tei or at mine. >Address "Woman Cook,"Tnb-  . une ofiice, Nelson.        .  '  "      �� "    1 ��'        ' '  LOST.  -���D-JrTSOBERT30N~E~CO:rFURN-TU KE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postoffice building, Vernon street,  Nelaon.       '  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  ~FR^^^tlNG~GOLD^FROPlEBSlS3.  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room i,  IC. W. C. Block.  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson..B.   C .Room 4, IC W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETIMS.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 'li., A. F. &  A M. ^mcets second Wednesday in  each month. Sojourning brethren  Invited.-  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER  No.r___, G. R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning _coinpanl9na _ Invited.   _George  LOST-SABLE COLLARETTE; ON STAN-  . cy stieet, between ,-_c.inlan'8 store and-Carbon-  ���atc street. Finder will please leave at Tribune  lOitlco.. .,    .. ,- -    ��� r '  *~       EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. .  "^HELP^RjRNliSn__D^  .phone, telegraph'or inquire Western Canadian Employments Officer Nelson. Phone  270 Storage���I have a large warehouse for  storing household-or-other-goods. H. A.  grosser. . . ' _.  . WANTED HELP- OF ALL KINDS ���  Orders for help receive prompt and-careful attention. "R. Purdy,1 Employment  Agent, Stanley street, Nelson.l Telephone  44   P. O. Box 682. ���      '  vated to the bench not because of their,  i *�����-���������-'-*,-       i  uprightness in .private "iife or because  ��� pf their, greatness, as lawyers,-'but*'be-i  *\ . . . . T       j  iCause they had'helped "boost" somelin-(  . dividual or some] political party into of-s  ^flce.- Elevating' them Jo 'the bench, didj  ifot .^change'their^characters' or enlarge!  "their'  mental';.capacity.*1^ People   whot  would not respect {them In private life*  could have'no great, respect for them!  after they became judges.     Ther   are  men on the bench <today in this prov-'  ince who are upright* judges, and 'they  have the respect and confidence^ of the  people.    But all the*judges, are not in  this class by any1, means.' It   is   true,  judges 'have almost autocratic  powers  if they care to,exercise them. But an  independent,press is in no danger from  upright, judges;'for the one*is as necessary to the ^people of this province as  I the other.      ,  fl.  JFRECD   ERvVlNE   &  0*.  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  J.oNr^K��_>^'��^>^'��r'>^-'��-^^�����r,,A\��Tv>^''��5:'55r'5s_r'*55r;" \V9t *00-00f*^2y00*00.-00*00'00'\00\00'00'00'0*,'0?'00:000,^0*  jgj!^ <M^  r^/j'r'  1       ���'   -        '"-''  ��jte ��ribmte  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Daily by mail, one month %  60  Daily by mail,.three months 125  2 60  600  50,  100'  200  Johnstone,  Z.  W.  MatthewH.  8.   __.  NELSON AERIE, NO. 22 F. O. E.-  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of  each month at Fraternity Hall George  Bartlett, president; J. < V. Moriison, secretary.  Dally by mall, six months   Daily by mail, one year   Semi-weekly by mail, three months..  Semi-weekly by 'mail, six months   Semi-weekly ( by maiD one year   "   Postage to Great. Britain added.  ' ADVERTISING  RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  per Inch per month %i 00  If run less than a month, per inch per  insertion'  .* '. ���..    25  Classified Ad. and Legal Notices, per  word for flrst insertion       1  For each additional Insertion, per  word         1-2  Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     50  Notices,of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per month     25  Address all letters���  THE   TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nolson, B. C.  ', According to -the Revelstoke Herald,  iTorn Taylor, M.P.P. for Revelstoke rid-  'ing, does not like-the redistribution of  'seats as outlined-in The Tribune a'week  'ago. *"* He - says Westminster1 district,,  'made up of a few farmers, is over-repre-  'se'nted now'and is not entitled to" four  1    .     \i    _    .-  members. Mr. Taylor probably has not  seen the;,census returns for that dis-  trict* According to the returns, the four1  ridings, Dewdney, Chilliwack, Delta, and  Richmond,-have a population of 16,000,  _which,_in_all_fairness,_should���entitle  them to four members. If Kootenay can  get a member for each 4000 of popula-,  tion, our people will have no cause for  complaint. Sparsely settled districts  like Cariboo and Cassiar should have a  member for' a less number of people  than districts like Yale, Westminster,  ,and'Kootenay. No fair redistribution  measure can be passed unless the members are fair-minded, and the member  for Revelstoke riding, if the Herald reports him correctly, is not inclined in  that direction.  boo. should not be^.considered a disgrace,, even if by doing so the displeas'-'  ,ure,oft the.political .'magnates^'at Vic-)  toria and'Ottawa is incuired..'There is*  no,.one at}Victoria who,cares a copper,  cent for the interior except for, ,whatj  _theyf"hope to make out^of its people, >  and * there is  no one at' Ottawa who '<  knows where the interior of British Co- [  'lumbia is. .    , >  ;.���.-.-.;���-. -     , -  Premier Dunsmuir knew pretty near ���  what he was<talking about when he said  he ��� had."the; support of 22 'members of  the house, and'that? is what makes .such  men as A. E.T McPhillips of Victoria and  Smith Curtis of Rossland so vindictively "Bore." A year ago McPhillips,talked  and'voted against'the Kettle River rail-  way. He was just as indignant then, as  he is'now. Then hewas talking and.vot-  i ing for the C? P." R. Now he te talking  , and voting for a subsidy for a' railway  that-the C.  P.  R. ��� is  opposing.  What  ^caused Mr. McPhillips to "flop" "so suddenly?. Was it public opinion in Victoria? or was it Dan'Mann's persuasive  'though silent eloquence?  Founders m the Dominion  of tailor ma de garments  ready to wear  * .-"    ^^*  *9^    0&  - i  IL__��  A. SMALL $  On the construction of the Arrowhead  Kootenay railway in the Lardo district  " HIGHEST WAGES PAID  In order to secure men without dela1  ordinary - labor will be paid. $2.25 per da;  and axemen $2.60 per day.    " '  NOTICE TO  SUBSCRIBERS  BY , CARRIER.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  Regular., meetings - first and third Thursdays of "each month. Visiting Sir Knights  are - .cordially* invited'' to: -. attend. '��� Dr.- - W.������'���  Rose,- R:.K.; A.-W. Purdy,. Com.; Q: ;A-  Brow_,'R;C.::-':*;,*:,,:-V',-;;*;   *'..-. '.-.*- .- . -r:y,  ; -l_RADisS; A^Z'U^^V^IONS.Z  _l._s_v-.i-������.__.ion; no. au,. W. F. of M.���  Meeta in-Mlhers'- Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley--streets, every;  Saturday, evening at 8 b clock. Visiting  members! welcome: :**M., R. Mowat, presP  dent;/James ,Wilks, secretary..'Union scale  ot wages for Nelson district per shift: ��� Machine men $3.50, hammersmen - $3.23,' muckers. Carmen, shovelers,' and -other -under-  ground laborers $3.-.- ��� ;y*;;-.-���',.-;'..;   y.  ^BARBERS'- UNION, NO. 196; OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets' first and third Mondays  of each month in .Miners'.Union Hall at  8:30.: sharp. Visiting members Invited., *R..  McMahon, president;* J. ;H. Matheson;' sec--  retary-treasurer;. J.--.C' Gardner .'recording .*.  ��-��cr6t__ry.;'������',;;..--���; yy'      '��� "r.���;(������.:���,������..    .-'���'.- ; *  COOKSA^D .WAITERS UNION'NO: i.i,  W. L. V., meets at Miners' Union Hall on second and laat Tuesdays in every month at &30  p.m. sharp. A. B. Sloan, president: J. P. For-  Tcatell,.secretary: B. J_L Forticr, ____n_Mace- J  *  ���I*  *  ?*"  :*  -���_.  ���_^^H-M-H-_~I<rH'  -b-hH")  On Saturday next, subscribers  whose Tribunes are delivered by  carrier will be expected to pay  ,the carrier. TWENTY CENTS, the  ��� subscription price for the current  iWeek.,-'.'      .**'*"  :"���:-:���;���'���.y7-  *  ���J-  *  ���i-H-  ���-,'��� The Tribune has again incurred the  displeasure of.the Victoria Times and  the^Victoria Colonist?The Times sneer-  ingly refers to the editor of The Tribune as a.man whose opinions are  valueless on political questions, and ttf��  Colonist echoes the, sentiments of the  Times? There is just this difference between the political expressions' of the  editor of The Tribune arid those of the  ��� Times. The one represents the views of  aman who i3 not. fettered to a political  party; the other represents the views of  a man whose bread and butter depends  upon fealty to a political party. The ono  may he  [wrong,   but lie is  honestly  The retirement of Bernard McDonald  from the management of the Le Roi,  mine at Rossland will be welcomed by  fully nine-tenths of the business men of  Kootenay and Yale, and only a few of  the members of the Mine Managers' Association will go into mourning for  thirty days. The business men believe  that on McDonald's retirement the wage  question will be settled 'to the mutual  satisfaction of the companies .and the  men, and the settlement will be permanent. Once mine workers know that  the rate of wages is fixed permanently,,  good -men will be attracted to British  Columbia. And once a good man has  secured a good job he strives to keep  it. i Swashbucklers and union smashers  are not wanted in British Columbia.  The former will not work themselves,  and the latter will not let others work  in peace.  The member for Yale-Cariboo may  have his faults; th'ere are few public  men who are perfect; but no one will  charge W. A. Galliher with being either  servile or a snob. What he believes his  constituents are entitled to, he will insist'for. The interior of British Columbia wants just such men in both the  legislature and the house of commons.  Standing up for the interests of the  people ot Kootenay and Tale and Cari-  / The Liberals of Rossland have placed  themselves on , record, as being unwil-  |ling to demand1- that' the laws of t the  country be impartially "enforced. This  shows that the Liberals of Rossland are  willing to be classed as time-servers.  JThere should be no place in-the-interior-  of British Columbia for men'who obsequiously''comply with the wishes, of  those who are temporarily employed as  mine managers. ,  ^^���    .     * * . . "  ftp *************************  ft  'ft  ft  ��.  9  !*���  9  <n'  9  9  <�������  9  en  fit'  9  9  9  /Jl i  ft  9  Ti  ft  9 ,  ��.   i  ft i  9  1��  T��  9  <n  ft  9  <.  m  9  9  .��  FOR STYLE,  FINISH AND  PRICES IN  MILLINERY,  ETC., CALL  ON  MRS.  E.  Mclaughlin, west  BLOCK, BAKER  ST.  COOD STATION WORK  ' CAN BE SRCUBED.   "*'  '.  A  For   further   particulars , apply, to  Nelson Employment. Agencies or to  the 4  CARLSON & POSTER  COWTKAOTOBS,  WANTED.  500. Pay and Station Men  Eight" months'   work,    All   rock.  Wages $2.25 per day.  J. G. MeLEAN,  Elko,. B. C.  ��_���-  . Mi.  Mi  Or  _f>  . *-.  Mi.  *-  Mu  *  * I  ' W  --J- I  Mi  U.  *  Ml  Mi  Ml  ��_  *  ��_  X-  Ui  _r  l_"  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  *************************��&  MILLINERY.  Mrs. Enfield wishes to announce to  the ladles of Nelson that, owing to the  increase in business, she has secured an  experienced trimmer from the east. All  orders can be got ready on the shortest  notice and at the most reasonable prices.  Opera House Block, Victoria street  FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AMP CIGARS.  NELSON, BBITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPUTE,LP OF CANADIAN f{.M IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Eainer Seattle) Bser in pints and quarts.     Dogs Head Ale and Stoat is  pints and quarts.   Eola Wine, tho best Temperanoe drink,  Onr Special Canadian Eye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson's Perfection Scotci Whiskey.       Granada" pure Havana Oigars.  Union Cigar s, a full rangeinjprices. Cards and Poker Chips.  WEST TRANSFER .CO.  N..T. MACLEOD,- Manager. '���  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  | ' Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft) Coal.   Imperial Oil  Company.   YVa8li.i_g.on Brick, Iilme & Wanu-  facturirnj Compauy.  Go_e__l coiU-tterolal agents  aud brokers.  ' All cool and wood strict],  cash on delivery.  TRLKPHONUJ U7.  Office 184. Baker St.  W- P. TIERNEY  i Tolephouo 205.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Agents Brunswick-Baike Gollender Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  Office:  TwoJDoors West C. P. R. Office  HENRY'S MBSEBIES  ,   APIARY AND GREENHOUSES  Greenhouse and Bedding out Plants.  Lowest   Prices.  BEE SUPPLIES. SEEDS, FERTILIZERS  Agricultural Implements, fruit baskets  and crates, fruit and ornamental treesr  bulbs for fall planting.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527,  Nelson  Planin  j__i_M:i-rEi-i_>.  CHARLES HILLYER, President. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Catalogues Free.  .000 Westminster Koad.  Vancouver  R. BEISTE_.EEjj& CO.  BBSWBBS AKD BOTXLKRa OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Have just lecol ved 3,000,000 feat of log. from Idaho, and wo aro propaTed to cut the largest; bill  of timber of any dimensions or lengths.  jfCstimates given ab any time.  The largest stock of sash,  doois, and mouldi ngg in Kootonay.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  . 'pFFlCB AND JCABDBt COBlsHSR BALL Am> FBOI^ STBSBIB..  Prompt and regular delivery to the trade.  BREWERY   AT  NELSON  OLD PAPERS  TRIBUNE BINDERY flEPABTMHir  Su'tablo for wrapping, 25 ceiits a hundred. Apply ab ���r        r > .-.-"in.,M  -1  . l��� -.     -_.V;  I l;  r^Y-jW-^>^l^'fatt<'t^Mrf-^**-��^_y  intir-frtn ���v^^*^<S{jYiVi__^WJpfrt_V>'ft^^ ���*./___������ ��� �����  THE MLSOff TBIBtJMBATORDAY^MOMlKG,. OCTOBER 1?, 1901  BASK OF MOMEAJj  OAPITAL. all paid UP--.3-2.000,OCO.OO  KS3T    7.0C0.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROPXTS       427,180,80  Lord Strathcona and Mount) Royal ...Prosident  Hci. Georijo a. _>r_inmu_d Vico-Pro _ dent  E. S. Clo. aUm Gonoral ilauager  Kl.LSOZ. BRANCH   ���  Coruor Uakor and Kootcm.v Stroets.  A. E. BUCHANAN, Manager.  THE CANADIAN  INK OF COMMERCE  WITH WKICII 18 AM..LQAMATED        '  THE BANK OF-BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  HKAD OFFICE:- TORONTO.  -*���_'   _n���ni_mnfiMiBnt'>-i-i  03EP    O-A-DSr-A-ZD-A.  Paid-up Capital,  Uoserve Fund.  -      -      $8,000,000  -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE KESOUR.ES OVER $65,000,090.  'Branches ln London (England) Nkw Yokx,  ' Chicago, aud all Ui- principal oibles ln Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Exchango and Cablo  Traiis-ors. _.    ..  ' Grant  Commorcial  and  Travolora'  Credits,  available iu any part of the world.  Drafts Its-Uod, Collections Mado, -Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  OUHRKNT BATE OF INTEREST PAID,  INDIVIDUALITIES.  Ex-quoen Liliuokalani of Hawaii has  just celebrated her sixty-second birthday  by giving several euiertainments at  Honolulu, at which hundreds of natives  were present.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  B   E. Walker,  General Manager  Loudon Offlee, eo Lombard Stroet. E. C.  New York   Offlee, 16   j-ixchange   Plane.  and (_. Blanch.- in Canada and tlio  United Slate-.  Captain Oswald Ames, the tallest man  in the British army, who was a conspicuous figure in queen Victoria's diamond  jubilee procession, was married recently  to Miss Cecil, a cousin of the marquis  of Exeter.  After permitting himself to fade  somewhat from public view, Don Lorenzo Perosi, the young priest who created  such a furor in Italy and France with his  sacred compositions, a few years -ago,  allows the announcement to be made  that he is engaged upon the new biblical  work, founded upon the book of Revala-  tions. It will he entitled "The Apocalypse,".and will be fust produced,'- as  was his "Resurrection of Christ," in  Milan.  V Spiro. Loues, the young shepherd,  who won the ��� foot-race from Marathon  ,, to-Athens at .the Olympian games in  1890, is regarded as a modern Pheidi-  * phides by his fellow-townsmen, and they  ' have shown their appreciation of" the  honor which he has brought to Marousi  by giving him the privilege of supplying  the Athenian, kitchens .with Marousi  water. ..The water supply _of the Greek-  capital should be fairly good, but as the  conduits are open and the reservoir tnot  very .carefully, guarded, it is subject tc>  .contamination.-Loues, therefore, finds a  brisk demand for* the water' which he  brings every morning in barrels, from'  Marousi?  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  I_tere_t allowod on deposits.   Prunonl rale  three por cunt.  GRANGE V.  HOLT,    '  Manager Neluon Branch.  but no action was taken to exclude him  from the British tracks.   While'Lester'  Reiff remains undor the jockey club ban  ho will not be admitted to tho grounds'  of any racing association in Great Britain, and lie will be barred from the saddle on every course of high reputation  in every part of the world.   The American Jockey "Club   and   the   clubs all  over Europe, in Australia, in Asia, and.  in Africa recognize the rulings" of the  English stewards, and Reiff's career in  racing is at an end unless the British  officials consent to restore him to "favor  at some time-in the future.-���Reiff, in*  li)00, headed the list of winning jockeys  in  England, "and   this   year  won  the  Derby. ,         ,        ,  ~      .STOBYETTES.     ���'  r ���������������- r, i  Bishop Philpotts, of Exeter,,once went;  to^stay with a friend- in - Devonshire."  "It's"a beautiful place, is it not?" remarked somebody upon his .return.  "Yes," said the bishop, "it is a'beautiful place; if it were mine, I would pull  down the house and fill up the pond with  it   That would remove two.objections!"  Capital (paid.up) ? -   $2,600,000  Rest       -  - .-       -    $1,850,000  HKAD  OFFICK..TORONTO, ONTARIO..  Branches in Northwest Territories, Provincos of  British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.  H. a HOWLAND....  I). H.'WI1__U__   __. HAY   _____l__-_��,   ^Tti'm'tim M^m^JSM^S?^   >..-... ..^-^  **h_* "Ss. ���***���-��� ��� *!->  #*'000' 000  :<-_���- '�����&:��__- :��& :*-_�� ^!S _��& :��& ^S ^& u_2__* vS *.____ -________��_*���*��� 0" ��� 0* ��� �����___ ������*���*��� 0".'<g"-00'0��''00*00'00'*  " '  ~ ^"^-^ ��� \k.   Piesldent.  ....Gonoral Manager.  .....'..'. Inspector.  NBLSON   BRANCH,  '      ,     .   , .BURNSjBLOCJC.  A gonoral banking business transacted,    i .  Having-. Dopurtmontssd.eposlts received and  bitcrc. I allowed.,       snB | i  *' Draft- told, availabHjlw all parts of Canada,  United State-, apd Jiuropfe. i.'  ��� Special attention given to.collcctlons,  J. M. LAY, Manager.  Attorney Isador Rayner, one' of rear-  admiral Schley's counsel in the .court of  inquiry, was once interrupted by Thoin-'  as B. Reed, while making a speech in  favor of a reduction of the tariff," with  the remark: "Did not the gentleman  hear my speech Saturday?" "No?" replied Rayner, "I was at home -preparing  a speech of my own."      "    '  Confidences,  in One's Watch  Makes travelin'g'a-pleasure,:'  when correc.t time is always  a necessity.- Yours-may be-*-*  a.capable time-keeper, but  through   incompetent ^repairing, you have Idst^faith  in it; ������ ���    --    ���   ',        i   .  Bring it to us.   yVewill  repair "the   most wrecked  watch ar.d do it economically, f        *  BROWN BROS  ,-   r       ���,    -<���        -f \;  -   Opticians and Jewelers.     ,  ' BAKER STREET''      _ NELSON  Established in Kelso." f390  We Sell Wholesale and-Retail  Hurry Up and Ask for Prices  Our Christmas goods aro arriving daily, and'you have a  gcod opportunity to select from ihe latest up-to-date goods,  andyou will find prices reasonable. -   _ '   -  We^want your trade���send us your orders and, we will do  the-rest.       '   ''- ,   .    -  All watch and jewelry repairing guaranteed.  ���if is  1 ���  Mail orders receive our prompt and-careful attention,  j  iSAGOe DOVER, '"the Jeweiep"  ZA  C. P. R. Wateh Inspector  m  ,1 '1. t  _ 1  NELSON���B. O.; ^l  \k.'��0. 0S0 . 0S0> .00,,00.00 .00 .00,0.0.^.  ' 'fl^- 430* ^E*"'38^*SBto' ��_����� ��__>" &Bv��fc^S^* _5J*'^BJSr- 45&'q^&*-9*-5r  .    *^*-._.  ���v.   ..^-f1-^  *.   1 ���vw/i.  *- rvM  -i  Porto Rico Lumber Cc.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  ' HENDRYX AND VBKNON STREJffiTS  v-  Rough and  ^Qfessed \  iLcimfeer**i :  Shingles v t.  MouldingsJau  ^->^^^^^^^^-^-^^_^^^^^'>/^"^1  ^pT^^^^JJS-000-^T^*0S^^^S^^^-^; f ^-^M  It  ' Colonel Russell was a recent caller  on" president'Roosevelt at Washington.'  This1 is said to be his first visit to the  , White House since his summary dis-  - charge from the volunteer army after  the Spanish war. Colonel Harrison was  ,then an inspector-general, and, at the  time of his discharge, the only official'  ���-reason assigned was that,the corps-had  . tto be reduced. Within a week"? however,  'some one else had*,been, appointed to  . the vacancy.. It was alleged" that general  Corbin sought this means of showing,the  administration's ill-feeling toward ex-  president Harrison, for his speeches,  which indicated opposition to the consular policy of president McKinley. >A11  eiforts of colonel Harrison to have his,  case reviewed havo failed.  While Charles A. Towne was senator  from Minnesota tor about thirty' dayr-  |; last winter, he made a speech on the  congress, and'it was pronounced ,a great  eiTort. At the conclusion of his speech,  Philippines in the senate .chamber of  senator Chauncey Dopew was among the  flrst to take Mr. Towne by the hand and  congratulate him. . "Senator , Towne,"  he is said to have remarked, "your delivery was splendid, your rhetoric unsurpassed,'but your argument" was damnable." This left-handed compliment  was no doubt intended to enibarrass-sen-  ���ator���!Towne,���but��� it-didn't;���He-Showed-  polilely to Mr. Depew, I am glad you  compliment only features of my spech  you are capable of understanding."  It is related that Fechter was more  London gallery god. On one occasion,  London gallery- god. On<one occasion,  in a melodrama, the tragedian was slow-,  ly paying 'over a sum of "money to the  villian. -Everything depended- upon  whether he had sufficient money'for the  purpose, and the pajring out*was most  deliberate-^-so deliberate, indeed, that.a  member of the audience, wearying of the  scene, enlivened the proceedings by yelling: "Say, Mr." Fechter, give 'him a  .check."      >   .    "���    ' - . ,     > ,.    '.*���-'  ���When Mark Twain lived in Buffalo he  mado the acquaintance or some neighbors .under peculiar circumstances.-  Emerging from his house one morning,  he saw something which made him run  "across the street, and remarked to the  people who ��� were gathered on the verandah: "My name is Clemens; my'wife  and I have been intending to call on ybu(  and make your acquaintance. , We owe'  you ran apology for not doing-it before  now. I beg your pardon for intruding  on you in.this informal,manner, and-at  this "time of day, but your house is on  fire!" - ' .,*���-.  Crown prir.ee Gusiavus of Sweden is  not so popular as his father, king Oscar the Second, eoi is he so democratic  in Ms habits and tastes. It is said, how-  over, that he is much better liked than  formerly, particularly among the Norwegians, who have had a better opportunity of becoming acquainted with him  >of late years, oil ce he has relieved his  lather of many duties of state. It is not  vhat ho lacks character or ability, btit  lie is not so amiable or affable? Ho is  rcticcnt, sedate, exclusive, and undemocratic-.in his tendencies. His wife, who,  was a "princess of Baden, is blamed for  -this tendency, because she has all the  ���old German notions regarding tlie divine right of kings and the privileges of  lier class. She is a giand daughter of  kaiser William the First, and a second  cousin of tho piesent emperor of Germany.  A Scotch hotel-keeper was one day  having a squabble with an Englishman  concerning his bill. The stranger said  Mt was a gross imposition���he could live  .cheaper in the best hotel -in London.  jThe Highland landlord replied: "Oh?  'nea doot, sir, nea doot; but dea ye no'  ken the reason?'.' |'Not a bit ot it," re-  pied the stranger, hastily. "We"el, then,"  replied the host, "as ye seem to be a sensible bit callant I'll tell ye. There's  -three-hundred-and-sixty-flve days-in-the-  London hotel-keeper's calendar, but we  havo only three months here. Dea ye  understand me noo, freen'? We maun  male' hay in the Hielan's when the sun  shines, tor t's unco seldom she dis't."  BRANDY  . ��� ���.   -        \ ���'.  ": 'DE"-___AGEtFli_S & CO., XXX  COGNAC, possesses a delicious :bou-i  . quet. ' '}       ]  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. X X X X|  COGNAC is mellowed by its great!  age^'andMs' recommended^- to  con-j  ',  nqiseurs, -and, forf medicinal 'pur-1  -! 'poses. -.������.' \     '        ���- .      I  SCOTCH     :~     :     )   ���'���  WHISKIES [    j  -. THE   DISTILLERS'''COMPANY,   I_td.,  *. r -Edinburg,* the largest holders in'.the  world of Scotch Whiskies! 1   -  THE CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR SCOTCH,  Whisky is one of the leaders���try it  Agency for full stock at Victoria'for  R. P. RITHET: & 00., LTD.  ,   *      .-Victoria. *���'"��..   C.   .    0/'  A. B.  GRAYV  -, _-h*'- -'-,"���--���- _< * *   *  Kootenay > Representative'       *  _P. 0.���Box..B21,.Nelson. --.  A. R. 'BABROW^A^^fVE.1  ��� ��   *PRbViNO!A-_  Corner of Victoria --and Kootenay', Streets?  P.  O-  Bo* 559. TELEPHONE.NO.. D5-  Tfl iomACTORS  AND \ BUJIDHRS.  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  *��� We carry a complete stock of  Ccast Flooring/ Ceiling,-Inside" Piri^  iah, .Turned IWork, Sash and Doors.'  \. Special; order yrovk will-receive,  prompt attention"'  < *   T > *  u*t   }ll _,   > ��  Porto Rico Lumber Go.Ltd  <  ^c*********************^ -���  �� V  iW  Ml  Ml  t_  ��_  Mi  Mi  -41 ' ,   'n _        ��� ' *  -^1 T ' j.  '   *************************  '    t        .   *��� r..      r   ,  t  OV    COU11SB   YOIT   WANf   THE     bust.  '     . THBW CO  10 . ,  ARTHUR    GEE  _ ���*.       . It.  in Tromont Block.  He .Mil suit -vou.  Largo stock of inn-Oiled season's goods.  i  9  aO!sKJE>jA-2<TlZ  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSO/., B. C.  TELEPHONE. (JO, 219CP. 0. BOX 688.  >v*1_  _ V  "i",  ���*-���"-  f* ���  GARBLE, EU1LDINC STONE,  i"Jt J.  bBAKER   STUEET, .NELSON. ,   ,  Lighted by- Eiec.ncJty and Heat'  "      ed wilh 4Hot Air,   '  Large comfortable bodrooms and flrst-  class dining 100m. Sample rooms for commercial men.'       * -  C.ATES S2 PER DAY  P. Babcock, for eleven years chief deputy of the California fish commission.  1 lias resigned to accept an appointment  as fish commissioner for British Columbia. Mr.' Babcock is regarded as the  foremost authority on salmon propagation in America. The reputation which  ho bulit up led' the colonial government  -to make overtures to him. Under the"  terms of his three years' contract he is  I *to make an inspection* of the Fraser  .���and    other   Brilieh    Columbia   rivers,  [-whero salmon spawn in great numbers,  ft locate hatcheries, and design and oper-  1 ate them.  Andrew Lang, in Longman's Magazine,  re-tells a capital story of a Mr. M., who  was being brought to the Tower .with  Kilmarnock and Balmerino. A block  stopped the. sad cortege, and a lady,  looking-from a window cried: "You tall  rebel," (Mr. M. was six feet four)."you  will soon bo shorter by a head!" "Does  that give you pleasure, madame?" said  Mr. M. "Yes it does." "Then madame,"  said Mr. M., taking of his hat and making a low bow, "1 do not die in vain."  Lady was moved. 'She took an interest in Mr. M. There exists a paper  in the hand of George the Second to this  effect: "Let Lady  " (the name is  obliterated) "have access to her tall  rebel, and be damned to her." The royal  clemency was extended to Mr. M.  THE CASC-iDE-WATEB P0WE�� &' LICtJT CC^PAJIY,   LltyiTED. .'..-���------ ~. -  Tond-.ri will be lcccivR.l for (lip .imiredlato  construution of a stone and bi .ok yowi-r-housn lo  be oiocU'd nt Cd.endc City, B.C. Main building-  .���lpproxini .tely ..0 foot by 130 feet. Matci-.iils to  be supplied by Company. Plan . and spociflca-"  lion . may be inspected at tho Company's offlcoi  on Baker Street Wost, Nelson. ��� K  NELSOU LICENCE DISTBIOT.  ifrs. ��. C. SlarKe, Prop.  I       Late of the Royal Hotel,| Calgary  Smpena2i|6te9fiNe!sor}  (Formerly known us tbo. Stiver King)   This hotol,'in the < cntral purt of-tho city.-has  been entirely lenovatcd and unproved.  Thoeomniodioi.s bai is supplied with all the  bcstbinn.&of l.quois, .wuos and cigais and i.  under the puboiuil u uiingeniciil of Mr. J. O  N.u.mith. <-  Tho dining room and icstaurnnt arc conduttcd  op tlie Eii-opcn ]>lan, and these and the ho_.l  .locnnnnodatio.i aio undci the management of  Mrs (-Oiinan, whoso lai^t experience i-> a guiu-  unlcc of the conifoili of tlie hotel.      <  rte��_>-i  Baker and Ward  i-U-bL Streets,  Nelson.  BRICK AND LIN|E     ���- ,,  VY''    The, Mansfield: Manufacturing! Oompany'  <chave ihe aboVe^ mentipned building materials"  ���v for sale a/ ..,..-     __   ._.._,���     .___-.  v:tions  td?  , .orders.  A COMPLETE LINE tiF^St  -Front1 Doors v   >'--  ZvffJt  -Inside Doors.S,fr r<*:yi'~&  >   ^indows^K; - -**1'"-**  ��J  ,t\ ���  ORDERS BY .MAIL ATTENDED?TO;PROMPTLY  '.! Inside, Finish &  Flooring.- 7,.  local and ooaht.-'  Newel Posts' -  '    Stair Bail f:  Mouldings"'  ���.  Shingles, ,.-  Rough and./  Dressed - Lumber  "y<PrM  ,v f),  r,/.  .*. -  . ---I'-ft-ffi-  .       .- ?2^ ���  . . r- *s^pt  . rf ..-ft!. B��  '( ^���f>l_,,J*J  "' r.'*V..,  " r   r-'^hvtj-  , -+ -.of all kinds.," trsyi-A+r' 'Zcr ���/?';]  V a WHAT SOO TPiSI u NOT M BWXW *'Z^.l ~%A$P  WX WILL lf_KX IT JrOB.TOO *" ���      rh"   '   "^   *  4r��^mimi  m���    .i .-..'--J-'* *^ ^ -t^-*'     ��' -,    J  <���' tr m  mm  TtAT.l, Ktro LAKK B__.l_K.rn. KKUnw  yi  V   ?.  OFFICE:   BAKER STREET WEST, {.ELSOfl, B. C. TELEPHONE NO. 21D.   P. 0. BOX 688.  The stewards of Lhe English Jockey  |Club have inflicted the severest penalty  lin their powers on the American jockey,  JLester Reiff, by ruling him off the turf.  JThe immediate oause of this stern sentence was the riding of. William C.  IWhitneyfs horse, De Lacey, at the Man-  Ichester races recently in the New Borns  KPlate. De Lacey was beaten a head by  KRichard Croker's Minnie Dee, on which  [Lester Reiff's brother John had tho  pmount. The inference is that the elder  Jjoclcey allowed Croker's filly,to win the  Irace, which ought to have gone to Mr.  RWhitney. In the celebrated case of Tod  iSloan, the rider was told that a license  If-pulti te refuBefl if l����Tapplled ior one,  Some years ago, when Booker T.  Washington went to Alabama, the colored people were taking considerable  interest in politcs, and they were very  anxious that he should become one of  them politically. One man, who seemed  to have been designed by the others to  look after Washington's political inclinations, came to him on several occasions  and said, with a good deal of earnestness: "We want you lo be sure to vote  jes' like we voles. We can't'read de  newspapers very much, but we knows  how lo vote, an' we wants you to vote  jes' like we votes." He added: "We  watches de white man, and we' keep  watching de white man till we finds out  whicli way de white man's gwine to  vote; an' when we finds out which way  de white man's gwine to vote, den we  votes 'xactly de other way. Den we  knows we's right."  JVOTl'K is horeby given thu. the unflernirn-  Honerl pcrno-H have made iipplicaUon under tlio  provisions ot the "Liquor Licenco Act, lJrtKr tor  hotel licences nt ihu places _ct opposite lo their  ronpec'ivo nivinos:  John Mni-_hall, Kitchener hotel. ntlCitclicrer.  John Awlcihon, Erie hotel, at Kric.  Gcoi-ro Munro, transfer fiom Queen's hotel to  ITotcl Munro, at Crchlon.  A meutiiiK of tho Hoard of Licenco ComrniH-  . sioners of the Nelson Licence District will bo  hold to consider such applications at. the Court  Houso nt tlio Oily of Nolson on Friday, tho first  day of November, l'JOl, at tho hour <?�� (on o'clock  in tho forenoon.  VT. 11. I.ULT-Of3K-*WEBSTBIl,  Chief Licenco Inspector.  Chief Oonstablo's Offlcn,  .     Nelaon, B.C., Octobor 17th, 1901.  AINSWOETE LICENCE DISTEICT.  The undersigned hns resumed, proprietorship of the blacksmith business  formerly, carried .-on- by* me and -lately  carried on by R.B. Reiley,-in the premises, on Hall street near corner of Baker  street. All accounts due R "B. Reiley  are payable to me.  K. D ASHCROFT.  Jtfelson. B. C, October loth. 190L.,:  NOTICE in hereby given tliat Joseph Howsorr  has li'iulo application under the pio visions of Un*  "Liquor Licence Act, 1'J'Jl" foi- iic.n_it._oii to  iraiisfcr his licence for the Ottawa hotel at the  second crossiiiK of tlio Lardo river lo Hugh McDonald, nnd thctn mectine; of the Hoard of Licence Coniiiiiisiono-. ot tho Ainsworth Licence  District will bo held to considor such application  at tlio ofllce of K. F. Stephenson nt Kaslo on  Friday, tlie lirst day of November, 1901, ut tho  hour of eight o'clock in tiie afternoon.  .V. II. UULLOCIC-.VER<.TEn,  Chief Licence Inspector.  Chief Constable's P/iloe,  Nolson, "B.C., October 17th, 1901.  ���ffOTIOE.  The only hotel 'in Nelson tbat has remained under one management since 3&9U.  The bed-rooms. 'J'-p well furnished and  lighted by electi-icu*.  The bar Is always etoci.eo oy the best  domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  , THOMAS MADDB1N, Proprietor.  HOTEL   ROSSLAND.  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a day  house in town. House and furniture nGW  and first class in every respect. Lighted  by gas. Room and board ?5 to $6 per  week. No Chinese employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHLJN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN dUNOT.8H HOTEL  r  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class tablti hoard.  "*H:,  TQ THE SH^EaOLDBRS OF THK ' /' J ty-ijg  Wjol/y Cibson-Mininfff Company,^ Limited.-- J'*0<  ��� ^f5?  .-'���'.���.       -r.  NON-PER80NAL LIABILITY.'.'"  NOTION IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Extra-/  oidlnaiT Geneial Meeting of the -*h_r. holde���  of una Company has been called br tlio diivi tioii  of   the   Diiect^rs,  io*,;be... held*---fit"**Bo(_'l-1  -?S"]_ 1��   ^e^OD,-,BrUiBh_'Col,��njl'^.   on   the "  Kid-diy  of   Ootober, -1"01,' at   tho   Lour of  11 oclo. k. a. m . to   take into consideration a  resolution authorizing tho Director, of this Com- -  pany toroiso ihe.suni of,?l20.CK,0 upon the'credit  of the Company, and for tho purpose o' socunnir  '  S.hJ.ii-SljKand ^terpsc.thereon, to.ch_ri{�� the**  whole of the assets of the Company   eiilier by  way of Mortuageor Tiust Deeds aed'to-is-Biie  Debentures to b�� seemed by, said -MoilgaKo or  rnibt Deeds  nnd autho-izinij ihe I'hoctois'to  securei such loan upon Mich ti>rms aud on i-uch  rate of interest and re-payablo at huch umo as*.  t they mav deem advisable ���' "      *"*  ���^__!^>.U,aJH','R l'"KB N-OTICE. that an  other Kxtraoidinarj General Meeting bus b. en  called to he hold on ihe .Mi naj- of N om nil m ���'. il  _tthu saire nmeano place HfoiPrun), for the j,ur-  pp-o or i o iflnning rho sud fore ur ntitnud resolution, if .auie ohould bo pas-ed _t I lie l!-st  mcelinis'. _    '  Oc-l.^ai.D0.rfci%lUlUr'Onl"riO*tljib51'h dtty 0f  ' bigned)   S  W. RAY, Pre_id. nt.   (signed) H. A. McICIlli.IN. hicrcUry.  f ONT HOUSE  S21 TO 331 BAKKR STBEET, NELSON  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  (CZ_5-��_    PliANS  J. H. McMANUS, Ma-mger.  NOTICE is hereby, given that wo intend-to  apply at tho noxt sitting of tho Board of, Licenco  Coiuniissionci-s for tho City of Nelson,! to bo hold  after tlio expiration of thirty days from the date  hereof, for a transfor of the retail liquor liconce  now held br>-us for tlio premises known as tho;  "Gluo Pot saloon, situate oh .Vernon street in  the City of Nelson and on tho west half of lot .,  block 2. subdivision of lot 05, group 1,"Kootonay:  District, to William A. Connoll of tho said City of.  Nelson. .......* :���      '  Dated at Nolson'this soventh day of Octobor  1901. -VAIJHSLEY& BOWES.  .'*VTirf___.: E. C. Davisow,  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 25 Cents .to $1  wms  Head Okptck at  NELSON, B. 0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers ih Meats  NOTIOE.  We bog to notifv tho ninrchanta and huelnes  men of Velson t> ��t .f have purchased tho busi  nt-ss and good v.ill of tho Pacific Transfer Com-  panv, which It is our intention of incorporating  with; the business of Iho Nelaon Freighting &  Transfor Company, we rcnain yours    . .  B. H. WILLIAMS,  Mnnager Nelson F. & T. Co  ..,..'...,, NOTICE.  NOTTPE is heroby criven tbat I intend to anply  at the next slttincc of thn 1-tnn.rd' of, Licence Cora-  mis, ionors for tho Citv of Nelson, to be hold  after tho cxpirntion of thi. t.y tlajH from tho date  hereof, fo-a transfer of tho rotallllqunr licenco  now held be mn for tho prcniiscs '-itiin.ro on lot,  1, block 1^, Baker, street,. Vfi'fcoti.t niid known as  thn "Athabasca" saloon, to Norman.T. Macleod;.  ___.-.-- "P. J. RUSSELL.  of Nelson.  Witness: Jab. OBkka  Sated this 27th day of 3d;  ombei^9M,_  Markets at  Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev  Denver, Bevel.take,'Ferguson Grand'Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Oity, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  --  . *��� .'..,���'-.  West Kootenay Butcher Go.  I ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  LWHOLES. LE AND KKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  KiWZO BLOCK  WABD STBEET  Biiiy^liiHii  E.C. TRAVES, Manager  NOTIOE TO DBLH-QUEKT 00-OW17EE.  To John J. McAndiews or  to any poibon  ���or_j-(_i �����>ns_io_wlioin-he-iiuiy-lia\ e-trans--"  fer.cd his inicic.t in the J-laclc .Diamond  mineral  claim,  aituate on  the noith'sido  of  Jicar  croeK,   .ibout  thice  miles  from  the town oi   . mil. hing south of and adjoining the  Kvennlj,'  Star mincr.il  claim.  isel-oii mil Ipk JimsIoii of West Kootenay  distilct,   ami   ro<orclc<l   in   lhe  iccorders  ofllce ior Ihu N.Kon mining division.<-  ���ton and o w ii ol you aio ht-eby notSHod  that   I   h.iM.   i>\pi.n(it.d   inn   humlicd   .md  twelve    doll ii-     md     t.vcnty-n.o     cenf.  (_%il\l y   in   lubni   ii nd   improvements   upon  th��- above im-iitioiH'il mineral clinn in ordor  to hold sab!  iiiii.ci.ii claim under lhe provisions ol\-.iIu   Mineral Act. and it, within  ninety days  fiom   the date of this notice  you   i.iI]  or  n luir  to contilbute  jnur por- '  Hon of all such expenditures tog-other wlili  .ill  costs oi  .ulvci ilslng.  your interests In  the h.iIU  claims will  becomo  the property  of the sub .crlber bndor section . of an act  ontitled    "An  Act  to  Amend   tho  Mineral  Ayi' ,19?�� _ ^, ,' , JOHN DEAN,  h       1901      Nelson t,jl3 uth day ot Septem-  OEETIHOATE OP IMPEOVEMENTS  NOTICE-CITY      MINERAL      CLAIM.  S-tul.tlUn.the Nelson Mining Division of  .Vest Kootenay District.     _���"--  Where located: About one mile south' of  Nelson.  Take notice that I. "Wiliam John Goepel.  Free Miner's.Certificate.--No. 50,500, Intend!  sixty days'from the date hereof, to applv  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  ' And further take ..otlce that action under section. 37, must (ie commenced before*  the issuance of suoh Certificate of Improvements.  JDated this 16th d_y of August, A. D.  1901.  w.  J. .GOEPEL.  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  Nu'__C__-Nl__-SON fttlNEHAL CLAIM,  situate in the Nelson Mining Division of  West  Kootenay  Dlsti ict.  "Where located: Abo jt* one mile south of  Nelson.  -Take., notice that I, John Paterson.  Free Miner's Certificate No. .0,727, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to- the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  or Improvements, for the purpose of' obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further, take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  the Issuance of such 'CerMficatp of Improvements. ���-������'.' !'���������  Dated this 16th day of, August A. D.  1901.. -.-���������,-,- JOHN   PATERSON.   '  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPBOJEMENTS.  NOTICE. ��� MONUMENT * MINERAL-,  claim, situate In' the Nelson mining division of Weet Kootenay .district. - Where located: At the head: of-Grohman creex on  Grohman mountain. '_.'ake notice that L  J. M. McGregor, actltar. as agent for Steve  Hawkins, free mine. -:j certificate No.  b50,435, and Louis Strain., free miner's certificate No. b37,_33.- intc-nvvVslity-days from  the date hereof,, to app.v o -; the .mining recorder for a certificate ''Improvements,  for the purpose of obta: c a crown grant  that action���.under^eectif- i.,-~-.^i.rpf'hp com-  'that action, uhcted sectic? ;., must be commenced before the Iscim ,ioe of Buch cess-  tificate ot _mprovemen,>'  >:  iV "Si*  r -   .  -' --,#.  _*$_,���>"  . 7//  - >\  .., i,_'\  -,. :  Js*3  ���   ?:_���'  ���" ^  t. ' *_>  ���f_  rV.  "*!.  -j.  ���r Hi  *" ��* I  i  .. ii *^^T^.j .[_> ���-^ y fT* TY I"*** "*' **" ���" *���"*-*��� "*  li%dS<s,.ni Mtfti-w-j,,,,, T-.���_.��w  THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  SATURDAY   MORNING,  OCTOBER  19, 1901  ARE   YOU   IRISH?  Anyhow, you use POTATOES. We have just unloaded a car of extra fine potatoes, dry, large, clean, and  mealy. If you want to store away for fall and winter use, there is no better time than the present. They will  keep, (if you don't eat them.)  HAVE   YOU    SEEN  The new Coffee Pot. The greatest invention of the age for preserving the rich, natural coffee flavor, and also  reducing the cost of the coffee to the consumer. Makes coffee in one minute; will wear well; made in  nickel  plate.  :   I?       *  _B_  "IMPERIAL"   TEA   IS   THE   BEST.  r.  b. it  TV  Gammon  STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES  ���Z-t._   -  Ife'*^ '  &-*���.--' ���  l_i.  \z  >>, .-   V  7-&J-" ,  .^'J. "?���>'  W$L ? . ���*****���* ** **** f ***^*6****6��;��**��*��****t��-��-*�����-rHE-t-tttt-fe***************  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B.C.  __-S  -__B  NELSON. B.C.  KASLO, B. C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  H. BYERS & CO.  TO SPORTSMEN:  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received  n Kootenay.   Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles.   Winchester Smokeless and  Savage Carbines.   Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequaled  for simplicity, accuracy and effect.  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  , BlowerfpExhaustfers,   Hand   Shaft  Pumps,  Pipe and  Fittings Steam  Packing,   Leather and  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  The Job Printing Plant of The Tri-  buno is the most comploto in Kootenay. Good workmen are omplojed,  good stock is used, and good prices  aro charged.    -  TBO BINDERY DEPARTMENT OF  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,  BURNS BLOOK. NELSON.  BOOK BINDING  SPECIAL RULED BLANK BOOKS  SPECIAL RULED FORMS  I #*��� f V i.  1 "-V-*-.*-* *   ,l  imr1"'*  SrWiT ;���?**  Wfy- ���*  I.e.   , -   yi/  " _�����  .   .*���*.  JS}.V.r." Ml  5��*_.  . 1_ -  -Ml  Ml,  '. *-  >*_.���:  . w  __,  \_ ;  *  _>  DAMP WET WEATHER CAUSES COLDS  ���rrr  _._*���*- ^j.* *'  ti-K..?*,   ���"  ^ -  jF**.* -J   T<-  !^   ,  ^l?>  �����_    I**     ~*  ���-,'�����-���  *.J_f  v..  -   >���  TEETZEL'S SYRUP OF WILft CHERRY,  SPRUCE AND TAR CURES THEM  ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CEjIITS PER BOTTLE  m..f. teetzel & co.    nelson, b.c.  '*-**�� *** *** *************-.t****************************&  I' ���  Fbpthe Boys  ? Having added to my stock a large  fange of Youth's Boy's and. Children's  clothing, I am now prepared to offer  to1 the public ;the best variety of these  goods ever shown in Nelson.  .Everything ,1s new and up-to-date  and are selling at the Very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will do well.to  examine my stock' and get prices before  purchasing elsewher.  217 and 219  Baker Street  J. A. GILKER  j��� tf-'it;-S"fr-��_���-_����� -S-_f_- "-_-������__:��� .ST���<_-��� IT ��f'0f'0t'isf'^'g'gf'g"g-<8^ ffi.,^-^g--.  1 IT PAYS TO CALL ON US |  WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN  W  to  to  to  to  to  to  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF;  PICTURE AND  ROOM   MOULDINGS AND ARE NOW READY TO*  RECEIVE ORDERS FOR PICTURE FRAMING. '--.Z,  to  to  to  to  "GOOD CHEER" STO^^  CITY AND DISTEIOT.  , - The advertising columns of' The Tri-  bune'today are an evidence of, what live  merchants believe in.*-   ***  ��� ' In the matter of the estate of H. F.  McLean an order! of "court has been  made-for the taxing of the costs of solicitor incurred by i flrst assignee.  One of the busiest places, in 'Nelson is  the woven-wire mattress factory on,  Water street.-, Our people may be hard  up, ,but they evidently.can't get along  .without something soft to sleep on.  "The next regular* meeting of the Socialist Educational Club' will be held ou  Sunday afternoon next in the Miners'.  Union hall at .half past 3 o'clock. After  the transaction of th. ordinary business  of the club the meeting will be open  for impromptu'discussion. /  P. J. Nichols of the Fern mine was  'in  Nelson  yesterday  tor  a  couple   of  miners. He has about 20 men at work  on, the Fern now and is keeping the  mill going* steadily on ore taken out in,  'development.   It  is   now  the   general  opinion that1 Nichols, has a pretty good  "thing in the Fern lease,' as he is making the property pay from the start  An application was made yesterday for  .the winding up of the British Columbia  Liquor Company of Rossland by one of  the shareholders, and for the appoint-  ent of a liquidator. The court directed  that a notice of the application be pub-"  lished for one week in one of the Rossland papers and ihe matter will come  before him again on the 29th instant.  upon his return from the Greenwood  assize.  The case-of McMillan vs. Sandilands,  the litigation growing out of the winding up of the estate of Crawford & McMillan, which has been before the courts  for the past three years, is now in a fair  way to' setlement. By an agreement of  the parties an effort will be made to secure for McMillan a release from ..his  creditors, in which event the suit will  be dropped against the several assignees and each side pay its own costs.  While the. earth will be all out by  Christmas it^is jqiot likely that "the tunnel will be_used until well along In the  spring; The' sides are to be set in brick  with a concrete" or stone crown, and  this -work will not be started until the  work has had a "chance to settle.  The recent convictions in connection,  with the labor/trcubles at Rossland will  be passed'-upon- by Mr. Justice Irving  at the Greenwood assize court. Movements are on fobt by both sides to upset the convictions against them. The  miners' union is^fnoving in the matter of  securing the" raleasi. of Beamish and  Colistro, the twomen sentenced to.two  months' imprisonment, and the'^Le Roi  people are tryin'g1 to ".upset the conviction of Albert Geiser for breaches pf the  Alien Labor Actf'The'Rossland union's  side of the matter'was ptesented before  Mr. Justice Irvifife yesterday by lawyer  Gillan of Rossland,-' who made application for a rule nisi in the cases of Beamish and Colistro" The order .was made  in each case returnable at Greenwood  on the 23rd instant. The mining; company's end of the "business was looked  after by W. A. Macdonald, their pur-,  pose being to uplset the conviction of  Geiser? A similar order was made in  this case, so that'tidth sides will have a  chance to thresh but their case at the  Greenwood assize. . r ' ,  fr  We  Stoves,  are in the market again this season   w*ith   this  line of  After handling* them for a number of years we are  convincisd    that    they   are    the    only     Stoves     that     give  ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION.  ^Call and see our large and complete line.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  ZmpartMS ami Sfwlen. la JEd-Olf and E-3avy Hoxd-varo,  J. Fred Hume returned from Victoria  last evening. He says the political situation at the capital continues to be very  much- mixed. The statement of the  premier that he will meet the house  with a working majority is discredited  by many and 3till more are of the opinion that if the house was called together  at once the premier could not make his  promise good, but most of them agree  that material changes may be effected  beforo the members of the legislature  will be given a chance to record a verdict, Mr. Hume is of the opinion that  the premier, has the island vote pretty  solid? His-only losses in this, respect are  McPhillips and Helmcken, with possibly Nell as well; He says it is a mistake for'anyone to imagine that Joe  Martin is losing any sleep over the situation. On the contrary the premier's  right hand man:,appears, reasonably satisfied. While at the capital Mr. Hume  'received a visit from J. A.,Kirkpatrick  and his bride. They are now on a tour  of the Sound cities and may arrive in>.  Nelson tomorrow or Monday.  ;    C.   Brethour,   whp   was, engaged   as  foreman   on   the   construction  of   the  Loop tunnel en the Crow's Nest is in  Nelson. He says-good progress is being  made with the work and that within a  month the connection should be made  in the upper   deck   of   the   tunnel   in  which the crown timbers are set.; Owing  to the very loose nature of the gravel  through which the tunnel is being constructed the work is very difficult, the  timbering being very close all the way.  There is a force of 125 men on the job  and .by Christmas all the earth should  be out. The tunnel is 900 fet long, 19  feet wide and 27 feet high, and is built  on an 11 degree curve. It will cut off  a mile ot track and will get around  tome bad trestles and  sambo  cats.'  ,    PERSONALS.  / ���> '     ��� ��� _.���.<-. ,.���____. .��� '  , R. S. Jenkins, general superintendent  of the Canadian Pacific Telegraph Company at Winnipeg, is in Nelson.  - A. L. Davenport returned.to Nelson  yesteiday from the 'properties at the  head of Summit creek which he has under development. He says that the  -claims-continue toshow^up-well^for'the"  amount of work that has been done on  them.  , T. W. Holland, the "manager of the  Hot Air Line of railway that .is being  built for the purpose of treating the  Republic ore at the Granby smelter, is  in Nelson. The Hot Air Line is a road  which' has its business waiting for it,  the great bulk of the ore tonnage of the  Republic camp having; been contracted  for before construction on the road was  started.      .  AT THE HOTELS.  MADDEN���W. Claftey, Brie.  TREMONT���Charles Olson, Nakusp;  Clarence Washington and F. Davies,  Greenwood.  PHAIR���R. S. Jenkins, Winnipeg;  H. Luckman, Rossland; Mr. and Mrs.  McArthur, San Francisco.  IMPERIAL���J. H. Macdonald and  wife, Sandon; Thomas Dunn, South Africa) Thomas Coughlin,* steamer Koka-  nee; D~_lcGul!um, Procter; Ed Neville,  Spokane.  QUEEN'S-rT? A. Scott, Clinton, Ontario; John t>. Campbell, Sandon; A. L.  McLean; Slocan; Grant Morris and D.  Campbell??*Ymir; W. C. Richards, A.  Fulmer and ��� Ed Brown, Sandon; A.  Constant? .Athabasca mine.  ; HUME���W.-H. Sanders and W. Williams, Montreal; A. L Davenport, Spokane; - W. L. Wilkie, Strathcona; W.  Peard, Medicine Hat; T. W. Holland,  Grand Forks; Fred M. Wells, Republic;  James Stevenson, Toronto; R. W. Bur-  rett, Montreal; J, Fred Hume, Victoria.  GRAND CENTRAL ��� Daniel Haley  and Thomas Wilson, Twin Falls; R.  .Gray and M, H, Erickson, Spokane; C.  Brethour, Loop Tunnel; L. A. Thurston,  Slocan; Charles McGeorge,. Ymir; J.  Spellman, Ymir; William Doherty, Silver King; A. Smith, Sioux City, Iowa.  The Imperial Cafe puts up.the best  Sunday dinner in Nelson. It will be  served tomoi row from 5 to 8 o'clock.  The Imperial Cafe Is open day and  night as a short' order restaurant. It offers the best service in the city.  The business men's lunch at the Imperial Cafe, from 12 to 2, Ib the best In  the city- Price 25 cents.  Wear-diffusion,  Turn up the sole of an old shoe I  t   You'll find it worn out in spots only.  Lots of leather unused, wasted. A  few square inches only, ground away  under pressure points of foot sole.  Heels  worn, down1 at   outer' edrre  0  causing shoe to twist  'Not.so with The Resilia. Sole in the  .$5.00 Slater Shoe 1 .  Observe how it flattens when borne -.  upon/ through the compression-of the  rebounding Centresole, y ;   ',  Reflect -that this'flattening means  diffusion of wear, all over the sole of  the shoe.  Goodyear welted���$5.50 grade.  0 *-.  "The Slater Shoe  t?  E_-_  FOYAL SHOE STORE, Aberdeen Bile.    L. GODBOLT (Successor to Lillie Bros.)  ROSS_UAJTVD   -^JNCIIlNBBRIINfa   WORK��  . CUNLIFFB & MeMII_L_AN  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, skips, oagea, ore bin doors, chutes and perioral wrought iron work. Our ore cars aie  tho best on the market.' Write us for references and full partlcu'ars. *  SECOND HAND MACHINERY FOR SALE.-Ono Moot Pelcon waterwheel, width 600 feet, "8 toJfi'  spinal riveted pipe. One 10x5x13 outside, pack'id plungor sinking pump. Rock drills, stoping  bars, &c, &o.  AGENTS NORTHEY PUMPS. STOCK  CARRIED.  P.   O.   Box  198. THIRD   AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  MHS_fr  J. IIBVM & CO.  -The -best-in-the_niarketr"ln"l-2'  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  50c a Found  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEL__I_ERS. Houston. Block, Baker Street  BULBS  FOR  FALL PLANTING  WINTER  AND  SPRING  FLOWERING.  CANADA DRUG �� BOOK OQ.  K.-W.-C. Blook. -    Corner Ward end Baker S. fl'  CORPORATION OFTHE CITYOF NELSON  &  IH. H. PLAYFORD & CO. I  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  5 TOBACCO   AND  % MERCHANTS  m  9  ._  9  9  9  9  <n  9  9  9  , 9  ��� Mi  Mi  Mi  CIGAR |  Mi  Mi  Mi  <?��  9  9  9  $ P. O. Box 637.  Telephone 117. $  Notice to Municipal Voters.  . NOTICE Is hereby given that undor tho provisions of the "Municipal Elections Act" the following are entitled to vote for mayor and aldermen at the Uity Municipal Election, viz:  Any male or female, bcing.a British subject of  the full ago of twenty-one years, who has' paid  on or before the first day of November all municipal rates, t_xes, assessments, ahd liconce'fees  payable by him or her, and  Who is the assessed  owner of lands, or of  -' improvement-, or the assessed occupier ol lands  " within the municipality, or  "Who is a resident of and carries on businoss,  "and is tho holder of a trades licence in tho  " municipality, or  "Who in a housoholdbr within' the munici-  "pality."  Householders are rcquirod. on or bofore tho  flrst day of Decembor to enter with tho undor-  signed their namo... as a voter, and deliver at tho  samo timo a statutory declaration in.tbe form  provided by the statute.  J.K. OTKACHAN, Citjr Clerk.  Nelson, B.C, October J8U1,1301.  NEWLING & CO.  AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ETC.:  .Kootonay Street, next door to Oddfellows' Hall,  1 P. O. Box 633 ��� NELSON, B.C.  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES .*,*  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES ,  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  . GANONG'S FANCY CANDII.R  GANONG.'S FANCY: CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  THEY ARE THE BEST  Tou can get them at  McDONAL  JBakgr ,*Ba>**.,. ���? '?_.._,���._..���..?_.������:���_..__;.;..._..:_-���  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS  AUCTION SALE  OF  DRY GOODS  CELTS'FURNISHINGS  BOOTS & SHOES HATS & CAPS  Our next auction sale will be held at 8 o'olocK on  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19th.  As I intend closing my business here  the end of this month all .goods will bo  sold at private sale regardless of cost.  Black all-wool cashmere, ��� regular  price 75 cents, now 45 cents.  Black "all-wool cashmere, regular  price 50 cents, now 30 cents.  Velveteens, regular price 75 cents,  now 40 cents.  Ladies' linen collars, regular price  20 cents, now 12"^ cents.  Ladies' cloth jackets, regular price  ?15.00. now $10.00.  Ladies' cloth jackets, regular price  ��7.50. now ?4.50.  AH colors Cortecelli crochet silk  scools at 20 cents.  Come and get bargains before it is  too late.       ' v  A. FERLAND  \  KOOTENAY....  GOFFEE CO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee   '  ************************  , Wo are offering at lowest pricos the best  grades 0 Coylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.-  Our Bo3<\ Mot ha and Java Coffee, per  pound 9 -0  Mooha and Java Blend, 8 pounds  1 00  Choice Blond Coffee, _ pounds  1 00  Special E^nd Coffee, ti pounds  I 00  Rio Blend Coffee, ti pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound SO   _���  * . A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  HEAL ESTATE  AND  INSPBANCE BBOKEBS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the-park,  And J. & J. Taylor sates.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time ,without interest  Ward Bros.  '333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  TREASURY STOGK FOR SALE  20,000 shares ROYSTON GOLD MINES,  Ltd. This is a good time to buy, as these  shares will advance in the near future.  20,000 shares of IMPERIAL MINES,  Limited, at 5 cents. For a few days only.  10,000   shares    LADREAU   VALLEY  MINES, Ltd., at 15 cents. These shares  advance 5 cents on the 1st of October.  ���   For particulars of above apply to  REGINALD J. STEEL  Official Broke. Nelson.  OYSTER  OYSTER  OYSTER  OYSTER  OYSTER  OYSTER  COCKTAILS  COCKTAILS  COCKTAILS  AT   THE  AT   THE  AT  THE  COCKTAILS  COCKTAILS  COCKTAILS  AT  THE  AT   THE  : AT   THE:  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  The   Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STREET       ,  -'.  ALL THE BEST BRANDS  LIQUORS  AND  CIGARS.  NOTIOE  On and after thi3 date, positively no  Lethbridge Gait Coal will be delivered..  except when paid for in advance.  W. P. TIBfiNBr.  , Nelaoa, _tatober sth,. JS0X, '���-,.._. _.._J-  ^v'������-r^.���'-'���'**i^'���"r*"7��^K'-'*^"-,  ���r-,^��.t  "���-".rcr^'-r 'V.TT. T;rt."' - Cr <���. '-*->". re r^ *j * t  ,-.tvt'--r--^.-fr*.%^-;,^


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